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Sea level rise is eroding home value, and owners might not even know it
Page A1 August 20, 2018
Should Individuals Share Their Genomic Profiles?
Researchers and patient advocates wrestle with privacy and ethical concerns
September 2018 feature article.
Not Too Far From the Tree
February 2018 cover story about apple picking robots.
From identifying plant pests to picking fruit, AI is reinventing how farmers produce your food
When a City Stops Arguing About Climate Change and Starts Planning
November 7, 2016
The Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence
Precision Medicine Brings Mouse Models Closer to Human Patients
Precision medicine will need to encourage new animal-modeling approaches. October 2018.
Remote Sensors Bring Wildlife Tracking to New Level
BioScience, May 2017
Breaking Down Virus Shells to Improve Therapy Deliveries
Researchers have found that breaking down a virus’s tough outer shell creates nanoparticles that could improve the delivery of chemotherapies and other medicines to diseased cells.
'Extension' beyond traditional academic jobs
May 16, 2016
Research goes global
April 2018. A student can take a class at Georgia Tech’s Metz campus and be in Paris 90 minutes later. Or travel north to discover Luxembourg’s castles, east to Germany’s Rhineland, or south to the Swiss Alps.
Tarzan Robot Swings on Cables to Monitor Crops in the Field
A two-armed robot named Tarzan, swinging along elevated cables, could allow farmers to monitor fields continuously at lower cost while avoiding interference with plants.
How technology is making it easier to track fish from hook to fork
February 24, 2016, a reprint of Hakai Magazine article