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For millennia, humans have used knots for all kinds of reasons — to tie rope, braid hair, or weave…
A civil engineer, geographer, and biomedical engineer from Georgia Tech have joined the ranks of…
It’s the quiet bacteria that you’ve got to watch out for, the bacteria that can survive antibiotic…
More than 150 people attended Industry Innovation Day and the GVU Spring Research Showcase on April…
Four Georgia Tech College of Science researchers have been awarded CAREER grants from the National…
In 2017, Gaurav Byagathvalli, a Lambert High School junior, reached out to Georgia Tech Assistant…
Natural products – small organic molecules made by living things like bacteria, fungi, and plants…
Fermented foods like kimchi have been an integral part of Korean cuisine for thousands of years.…
The Krish Roy - GRA Travel Award is a new travel award endowed by Professor Krishnendu Roy with…
Two teams from Georgia Tech have been awarded a combined $15 million from the U.S. Department of…