Sensor Tracks health of Heart and Lungs

A new heart and lung sensor developed at Georgia Tech is smaller than a ladybug
A new heart and lung sensor developed at Georgia Tech is smaller than a ladybug
Georgia Tech / Ayazi lab

The faint, subtle vibrations created by our beating hearts and inflating lungs may be faint and subtle, but can reveal important information about our general well-being. A tiny new sensor that can be worn in items of clothing could offer a new way to tap into these signals, and alert the user when it might be time to head for a checkup. read more

Climate Change Claims Another Victim

from IBD:

Global Warming Alarmists Claim A Scalp, Drive Skeptical Scientist From University

Former Georgia Tech Professor Judith Curry, who resigned due to the "craziness" of global warming advocates in academia. (Wikimedia Commons)Former Georgia Tech Professor Judith Curry, who resigned due to the “craziness” of global warming advocates in academia. (Wikimedia Commons)

 

Officially, Judith Curry is retiring from the School of Earth and Atmospheric Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. But it’s not because she feels she has nothing left to contribute. She’s leaving the school she once chaired because of the madness that’s infected climate science. read more