Scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Australian Institute of Marine Science say the acidic sea water is starting to disrupt the ocean's food chain, damaging sea-life's sense of smell - making it hard for fish to sniff out the ... Voice of Russia, 4 days ago
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Astronomers at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) are currently working on a new approach to detect instances at the cores of galaxies where black holes eat up unfortunate stars that stray too close to their event horizons. Such ...Softpedia, 4 days ago How black holes swallow stars Sify, 4 days ago Supercomputers Help Capture Rare Black Hole Events HPC Wire, 3 days ago Cosmic Slurp Space Daily, 4 days ago
Cybersecurity researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new security system that can identify individual smartphone or tablet owners simply by how they touch and swipe the screen. Called LatentGesture, it builds up a ...Yahoo! News, 1 week ago Personal touch signature makes mobile devices more secure National Science Foundation, 1 day ago Tap And Swipe On Your Mobile, LatentGesture Will Identify You! RTTNews.com, 1 week ago Forget fingerprints: Your phone could lock out thieves by learning your touch signature Digital Trends, 1 week ago
the Georgia Institute of Technology worked on a miniature generator based on an energy phenomenon called the piezoelectric effect, which is electricity resulting from pressure. To the researchers' surprise, the generator produced more power than expected.NDTV, 1 month ago
the Georgia Institute of Technology said they had built a simple prototype device that converts stop-start movement into power. Waves, walking and dancing even rainfall, computer keys or urban traffic could one day be harnessed to drive sensors, mobile ...NDTV, 1 month ago
A Nepali student at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta in the US, Lujendra Ojha, has found possible clues that liquid water may possibly exist on the Red Planet even today using data transmitted from NASA spacecraft orbiting Mars.Times of India, 2 months ago
( Georgia Institute of Technology ) A survey of emergency contraceptive pills in Peru found that 28 percent of the batches studied were either of substandard quality or falsified. Many pills released the active ingredient too slowly. Others had the ...Infrosoft, 21 hours ago Researchers Find Counterfeit Contraceptives In South America Medical Daily, 1 day ago
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Chemist Facundo Fernandez of the Georgia Institute of Technology tested morning-after pills collected from 15 different pharmacies in Lima, Peru. Rob Felt, Georgia Tech Rob Felt, Georgia Tech Chemist Facundo Fernandez of the Georgia Institute ...Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1 day ago
(4-traders.com) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Ecology, Environment & Conservation -- New research on Marine Ecology is the subject of a report. According to news reporting originating from Atlanta, Georgia, by VerticalNews correspondents, ...4 Traders, 3 days ago New Fluids Findings from Georgia Institute of Technology Outlined HispanicBusiness.com, 2 weeks ago
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Built by Thad Starner at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Cetacean Hearing and Telemetry (CHAT) device uses software to analyze the whistles and clicks of dolphins. Researchers are still figuring out how dolphins communicate, but it's hoped ...Government Technology US, 1 week ago
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