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Research scientist John Brown, PHY 1950, an expert in the use of the electronic microscope talks about his work at EES and the serendipitous opportunity to work with the microscope came about. It was recorded on September 9, 2008.
Researcher J.D. Walton with an early GTRI radome project.
Researcher James L. Taylor and an Instron testing device, which measured the strength of yams and fibers and automatically plotted the data, 1958.
Researcher Jeff Moore holds environmental monitors that contain integrated optic interferometric sensors developed at GTRI, 1998.
Researcher Jim Hubbard with the EM200 Electron Microscope
Researcher Ralph Herkert in GTRI's Medical Device Test Center, 2007.
Researchers Go with the Flow in Georgia Tech Hydraulics Lab
Researchers Irradiate Sweet Potatoes to Preserve Them
Return of the Flying Robots: Student-Built Autonomous Aerial Machines Fly & Navigate Without a Human Operator
Richard H. Truly, director of GTRI and vice president of Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992-1997.
Robert Michelson's entomopter uses a micropellant fuel to generate an up and down motion, such as beating wings or scurrying feet.
Robert Stiemke, director of EES, 1961-1963.
Robots that Fly: College Teams Demonstrate New Technology in First-of-its-Kind Competition July 29
Rolling Down the Road for Research: Developing Ways to Predict and Control Automobile Wind Noise
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