Got a sore throat? The doctor may write a quick prescription for penicillin or amoxicillin, and with the stroke of a pen, help diminish public health and your own future health by encouraging bacteria to evolve…

Researchers have published the first part of what they expect to be a database showing the kinetics involved in producing colloidal metal nanocrystals – which are suitable for catalytic, biomedical, photonic and…

Atlanta’s trees have a story to tell, and they recently got a boost from some Georgia Institute of Technology students who are determined to help.

The students, part of the Fall semester senior-level Seminar…

The new 1.5-mile bike pathway that borders the western edge of campus ranked No. 1 on a People for Bikes 2017 list of 10 Best New…

Srinivas Aluru, a professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering and co-executive director of the Institute for Data Engineering and Science, received two awards from the National…

Cracking the German Enigma code is considered to be one of the decisive factors that hastened Allied victory in World War II. Now researchers have used similar techniques to crack some of the brain’s mysterious code…

Can companies rely on the results of one or two scientific studies to design a new industrial process or launch a new product? In at least one area of materials chemistry, the answer may be yes — but only 80 percent…

By using an electrochemical etching process on a common stainless steel alloy, researchers have created a nanotextured surface that kills bacteria while not harming mammalian cells. If additional research supports…

A gecko scampering up a wall or across a ceiling has long fascinated scientists and encouraged them to investigate how to harness lizard’s mysterious ability to defy gravity.

While human-made devices inspired…

New technology that could be used in self-powered smart cities of the future will soon be demonstrated at the NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Visitor Complex at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Ilan Stern, a senior research…

If the bristles of a brush abruptly collapsed into wads of noodles, the brush would, of course, become useless. When it’s a micron-scale brush called a “polyelectrolyte brush,” that collapse could put a promising…

Georgia Tech’s College of Computing has launched the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing with the goal of democratizing computer science education. The mission of the new center is to…

Somewhere in our galaxy, an exoplanet is probably orbiting a star that’s colder than our sun, but instead of freezing solid, the planet might be cozy warm thanks to a greenhouse effect caused by methane in its…

Somewhere in our galaxy, an exoplanet is probably orbiting a star that’s colder than our sun, but instead of freezing solid, the planet might be cozy warm thanks to a greenhouse effect caused by methane in its…

What if you had to wait eight years to get the great new cellphone technology your friends and neighbors were using today? That’s essentially the situation facing today’s warfighters, who must wait for long…

Georgia Tech’s Executive Vice President for Research (EVPR), Steve Cross, has announced plans to step down from that post at the end of June 2018. Cross, who has served as EVPR since that position was created in 2010…

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has named three researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology as fellows for 2017 for their contributions to the advancement of science.

Stiudents were challenged to design a new bridge for the Atlanta BeltLine directly above North Avenue that would not interrupt movement across the existing pathway, thoughtfully link North Avenue to the BeltLine, and…

More than 32 states doubled minority participation and six states doubled female participation in Advanced Placement Computer Science exams in 2017, but according to a…

It’s been a grueling year, but Georgia Tech students have risen to the top of the Major League Hacking (MLH) ranks and have won 1st Place in the recently completed 2017 MLH Hackathon…