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Testing fish in a choice chamber

Marine protected areas might not be enough to help overfished reefs recover

Pacific corals and fish can both smell a bad neighborhood, and use that ability to avoid settling in damaged reefs.
Early Bottlenecks in Developing Biopharmaceutical Products Delay Commercialization

Early Bottlenecks in Developing Biopharmaceutical Products Delay Commercialization

An analysis of patented university inventions licensed to biotechnology firms has revealed early bottlenecks on the path to commercialization.
Walmart and The Walmart Foundation award Georgia Tech $2 million  grant to help spur manufacturing in the America.

Georgia Tech Receives $2 Million Grant from Walmart and The Walmart Foundation

A collaborative led by researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology was awarded a Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund from Walmart, the Walmart Foundation and the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM).
HOWD Seismic Station

2010 Chilean earthquake causes icequakes in Antarctica

Study is the first to indicate that Antarctica is sensitive to seismic waves from distant earthquakes
Lora Weiss

Multiple UAVs perform autonomous formation flight

GTRI has successfully commanded three fully autonomous, collaborating UAVs.

Tech in the News

Has this new online college program solved the MOOC problem?

A Study in Sustainability: How Schools are Stepping Up

New degree program is big test for MOOC-style higher ed

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Campus News

Georgia Tech Police Patch

Tech Police Host Annual Safety Day

Police will show off tools of the trade and talk with members of the community about campus safety issues.
Weather monitoring service tracks lightning in the vicinity of campus

Monitoring system provides weather intel to help keep the campus community safe

Customized weather information helps campus event planners

Changes Come from Mental Health Report

Recommendations from the 2013 Mental Health Task Force or being executed by various units on campus to address issues related to student mental health.
Students Suited Up at Career Fair

Campus Closet Lends Suits to Students

The Closet will host open houses next week in advance of the fall Career Fair.
Women's Recruitment Team

Female Students Sought for Women’s Recruitment Team

Team members help prospective female students connect with women on campus who can share stories about their lives at Tech.

News Blog

Understanding the Napa earthquake

California continues to shake following yesterday’s 6.0-magnitude earthquake in Napa. Associate Professor Andrew Newman travels around the world, trying to better understand earthquakes and volcanoes.

Despite being the largest earthquake in the region in the past 25 years...

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Andrew Newman

Andrew Newman

Associate Professor
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences

Another volcano in Iceland reawakens

After the economic and airline disruption caused by the now infamous Eyjafjallajökull eruption in 2010, it's not surprising that the stirring of another Iceland volcano has gained great attention. This time it’s Bardarbunga, a volcano in central Iceland. Numerous earthquakes at 5 to 10...

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Josef Dufek

Josef Dufek

Assistant Professor
School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, College of Sciences

Annoying Internet users in the name of science

Facebook researchers recently apologized for intentionally manipulating what people saw in their newsfeeds as they conducted a study on user interaction. The researchers filtered the feeds to contain fewer positive emotional words. They...

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Amy Bruckman

Amy Bruckman

Associate Professor
School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing
Founder, Electronic Learning Communities Research Group Member, GVU Center