News

When someone asks Eva Dyer what she does for a living, she has a short and simple answer: “I try to teach machines how to understand the brain.” As…

Whether they are fake accounts, sock puppet accounts, spammers, fake news spreaders, vandal editors, or fraudsters, malicious users pose serious…

Next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) models used in public health, IoT, and other critical applications will soon be able to make better…

The Georgia Tech Graduate Application Support (GT-GAS) program is a student-led organization that matches underrepresented applicants with graduate-…

Thanks to support from Microsoft, the new IDEaS Cloud Hub will provide faculty and students with new opportunities and resources for both education…

Long before Samer Mabrouk obtained his current position as a postdoctoral scholar at Georgia Tech, he had developed a fear of hospitals: the sickness…

An unlikely combination will take center stage on campus this Friday, October 1. With assistance from College of Engineering researchers, Georgia…

The National Science Foundation (NSF), in partnership with the Department of Energy, has awarded a $1 million Stage 2 Civic Innovation Challenge…

The petrol industry recognizes the importance of para-xylene, given its many uses in everyday products, from plastic soda bottles to polyester fiber…

Meet Hang Lu, director of the Bioengineering (BioE) Graduate Program, researcher in three interdisciplinary research institutes - IBB, IEN, and…

Events

Saturday
March
19

Members of the Georgia Tech community are opening their doors for the Atlanta Science Festival. Whether you’re interested in robotics, brains, biology, space, art, nanotechnology, paper, computer…