Baratunde Cola

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Researchers Boost Efficiency and Stability of Optical Rectennas News John Toon 2018-01-26
Georgia Tech Researcher Honored with Alan T. Waterman Award News John Toon 2017-04-13
Engineered “Sand” May Help Cool Electronic Devices News John Toon 2016-07-13
The Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) Hosts Atlanta Public School Students for Research Internships News Christa Ernst 2016-06-09
Carbice Nanotechnologies seeks to scale heat dissipation and management technology News Péralte Paul 2016-05-02
Leaders in Functional Nanomaterials Manufacturing Target Southeast for Economic Growth News Christa Ernst 2015-11-17
First Optical Rectenna – Combined Rectifier and Antenna – Converts Light to DC Current News John Toon 2015-09-28
Nano@Tech: An Optical Rectenna - Baratunde Cola Ph.D. Event Christa Ernst 2015-05-27
Georgia Tech’s National Nanotechnology Network’s (NNIN) International Research Experience for Graduate Students (iREG) News Christa Ernst 2014-07-18
Registration Now Open for Special Short Course on Chemical and Biological Sensor Micro & Nanofabrication at the 2014 ECS/SMEQ Joint International Meeting News Christa Ernst 2014-07-14
Heat-Conducting Polymer Cools Hot Electronic Devices at 200 Degrees C News John Toon 2014-03-30
White House Names Two Georgia Tech Professors PECASE Honorees News Matthew Nagel 2012-07-23
Dr. Baratunde Cola is Engineering a Sustainable Future External News Melissa Zbeeb 2012-04-27