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The seven-foot-tall videodisc system was cutting-edge technology in the early 1990s.
Thermo-Mechanical Pulping Suggests an Alternative to Chemically Based Paper Processing
This human factors study was aimed at making traffic management systems more user-friendly for operators, 1994.
This three-screen virtual "immersion" environment at GTRI allowed researchers and scientists to study gorilla habitat remotely, 2000.
Thomas A. McDermott
Thomas E. Stelson
Three, Two, One, Blast-Off: New Technique May Improve Safety and Efficiency of Rocket Deployment
Throw Out Those Old 3-D Glasses: Cinnamon Oil, Old Handbook & Binary Optics Combine to Produce New 3-D Vision Technique
Tiny Cells Inside Blood Vessels May Hold the Key to Heart Disease and Hybrid Grafts
Tracking Video Pirates: New System Helps Pinpoint Location of Transmitters which Jam Satellites
Tropical Trees for Energy
U. S. Transportation Secretary Mary E. Peters toured GTRI labs and questioned researchers on the latest technology that addresses transportation issues, 2008.
U.S. Army Gets New Millimeter Wave Direction Finder; Equipment for Assessing Radar Vulnerability
U.S. Army MICOM Gets High-Powered 95 GHz Research Radar to Study Millimeter Wave Targets & Clutter
U.S. Army’s Missile Command (MICOM) Becomes Member of Manufacturing Research Center Consortium at Georgia Tech
U.S. Rep. McCormack, Solar Man of the Year and TVA Head Freeman Speak Here Friday
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