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New Wood Publication Available
New “Kamikaze” Chemicals Show Promise for Blocking Enzymes that Cause Blood Clotting and Emphysema
No Goggles Required: Reliable Inexpensive Eye-Safe LIDAR Opens New Applications for Atmospheric Study
Non-Invasive Disease Detection
Nuclear Research Center.
Operators demonstrate FalconViewTM aboard a C-130 aircraft parked at Dobbins Air Reserve Base near Atlanta, GA, 1997
Original GTRI logo and the first official use of the organization's new name.
Paper Making Industry Gets Energy Help from New Textile Process
Passes First Test: Wood-Warmed Chickens Did Fine
Passing the Test for Circuit Cards: Automatic Testing Helps Air Force Cut Maintenance Costs & Boost Readiness
Past GTRI Directors
Peanut Hull Charcoal Reactor at Dawson, Georgia. First installation built by Tech-Air Corporation, licensee of the EES process, 1972.
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Physicist Dorothy Brown worked for EES/GTRI at two periods in her life from 1975 through 1989 and included work at the former Lockheed Facility. She recalls the move to what is now called the GTRI Cobb County Research Facility. Recorded Sep 9, 2008
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