Marine animals inspire new approaches to structural topology optimization

IMAGE: Glaucio Paulino and Emily Sanders, Georgia Institute of Technology scientists, are co-authors on the paper. view more  Credit: Candler Hobbs, Georgia Tech A mollusk and shrimp are 2 not... Read more »

New optics-on-a-chip device paves way to capturing fast chemical, material and biological processes

This photo reveals 2 MEMS aspects on a single chip, with the active aspects of 250 μm × 250 μm. A micrograph (leading inset) the real size of the... Read more »

AI agent helps identify material properties faster

A group headed by Dr. Phillip M. Maffettone (presently at National Synchrotron Light Source II in Upton, USA) and Professor Andrew Cooper from the Department of Chemistry and Materials... Read more »

Facebook downplays data breach in internal email

“Publications have offered more critical takes of Facebook’s response framing it as evasive, a deflection of blame and absent of an apology for the users impacted,” it kept in... Read more »

Laminar vs Turbulent FLow

Laminar vs Turbulent FLow Read more »

Blue waves?! BLUE WAAAAVES!!!

Blue waves?! BLUE WAAAAVES!!! Read more »

Plant responding to aphid attack

Plant responding to aphid attack Read more »

This is how protective coating is put on gloves

This is how protective coating is put on gloves Read more »

A gif I created visualizing how existing drugs used to treat hepatitis C may have potential to treat COVID-19 by stopping the “heart” of the virus.

A gif I created visualizing how existing drugs used to treat hepatitis C may have potential to treat COVID-19 by stopping the “heart” of the infection. Read more »

Team recovers ancient genomes from dirt, revealing new history of North America’s bears | Science

A staff member records where his team is gathering samples of cavern sediments. Devlin A. Gandy When researchers require ancient DNA, they generally need to drill into teeth or bones—a... Read more »