Rebecca Caravati, a longtime Georgia public servant who is currently executive director for Georgia Tech’s Office of Sponsored Programs and interim vice president for research administration, has announced her…

Skin diseases affect more than 2 billion people, of all ages. These diseases can be congenital, infectious, degenerative, inflammatory, sometimes cancerous, and often are hard to treat. Drugs applied topically are…

2022 SUDDATH AWARDS
The F.L. "Bud" Suddath Memorial Award was established by Bud Suddath's family, friends, and colleagues in memory of his contributions to Georgia Tech. The award is given…

The world’s dependence on semiconductors came into sharp focus in 2021, when automotive manufacturing ground to a halt because of massive computer chip shortages – as Asian suppliers couldn’t keep up with demand for…

Bullet Time, a visual effect made famous by the 1999 film, "The Matrix," has implications well beyond Hollywood.

Researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)…

Jenny McGuire plans to use the late Cenozoic fossil record in Africa — a span of 7.5 million years — to study the long-term relationships between animals,…

In 2015, Edgar Garay sent an email to a Georgia Tech professor asking to join his lab.

“I want to go to your lab because I want to improve the efficiency…

The global supply chain has been rocked by disruptions triggered largely by the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in a cascade of shortages on a host of products ranging from computer chips to medications.  

Meet Courtney Crooks, Principal Research Scientist at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

What is your field of expertise and why did you choose it? 

Although…

Phenomena that generate a type of low-frequency sound known as infrasound could become easier to detect and measure thanks to a new technique under development at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).…

Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations and data analytics procedures are being used jointly to help improve the availability of a…

Because humans and animals breathe and metabolize oxygen, they generate a variety of reactive oxygen species (ROS), or cell-damaging oxidants, as byproducts. Our bodies usually make enough antioxidants to counter…

A hotbed for semiconductor innovation, the Georgia Institute of Technology offers deep domain expertise in…

Aline Eid won two top honors at the 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting (APS/URSI 2021), held December 4 both in a virtual format and in-person in…

Organic semiconductors already provide the energy behind optical technologies inside television displays, solar cells, and lighting fixtures. Their molecular carbon-based structure makes them cheaper to produce, more…

The Novelis scholars program review committee at the Georgia Institute of Technology received 34 nominations and selected six graduate students as the inaugural group of Novelis Scholars for the 2021-2022 academic…

Join us in congratulating these deserving members of the Institute of Biosciences and Bioengineering (IBB) community for their hard work, accomplishments, and dedication throughout 2021.

Ramiah Martin isn’t like other little girls, and that’s perfectly fine with her mother. 

“She is nothing short of a miracle,” Leanne Martin said of her daughter, who was facing long odds before her birth in…

Russell Dupuis has been named as a co-recipient of the 2022 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering. He and his fellow laureates will be honored for their achievements during The Franklin Institute Awards…