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President Peterson recaps the 2016 tour.

2016 Georgia Tour Wraps Up After 570 Miles

And you thought you had a busy week. President G.P. "Bud" Peterson has wrapped up his eighth Georgia Tour. In four days, he covered 570 miles, visited 21 counties, 15 towns and cities and had 25 meetings or events.

Click the video above and hear the president recap the week.

FUSE and the Internet of Things

Standardizing Communications for the Internet of Things

Rogue Wave - OVERSEAS CHICAGO

Understanding Rogue Ocean Waves May be Simple After All

Charitable Campaign Logo

Tech Wins Governor’s Cup for Ninth Year Running

examining cell

Tiny Mirror Improves Microscope Resolution for Studying Cells

Supreme Court Seal

Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action in Texas Case

Jilda Garton

Garton Testifies before Congress on Federal Funding of Research

Mark Sauer June Face of Manufacturing (Still)

Engineer’s entrepreneurial passion fuels success in global farming and forestry manufacturing business

FUSE and the Internet of Things

Standardizing Communications for the Internet of Things

U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz at Tech Square

U.S. Energy Secretary Visit Highlights Georgia Tech’s Energy Collaborations

Tech Square

Keysight Technologies coming to Technology Square

Martin Pleyer - May Face of Manufacturing

With a desire to invest in the future of Georgia’s workforce, the Face of Manufacturing orchestrates the approval of the first German apprenticeship model in the U.S.

Tech Tower close up

USG releases results of system-wide economic impact study

The Biltmore

Georgia Tech Foundation to Acquire Historic Biltmore

In the Classroom with Julian Rimoli

In the Classroom with Julian Rimoli

Chief of Police, Rob Connolly

Q&A: Police Chief Connolly on Responding to Active Threats

Ferst Drive Streetscape and Intersection Construction

Improvements Coming to Ferst Drive

FUSE and the Internet of Things

Standardizing Communications for the Internet of Things

examining cell

Tiny Mirror Improves Microscope Resolution for Studying Cells

Spiral Dance of Black Holes

Gravitational Waves Detected Again

Star Disk Collision

Computer Simulations Shed Light on the Milky Way’s Missing Red Giants

U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz at Tech Square

U.S. Energy Secretary Visit Highlights Georgia Tech’s Energy Collaborations

Tech Square

Keysight Technologies coming to Technology Square

Martin Pleyer - May Face of Manufacturing

With a desire to invest in the future of Georgia’s workforce, the Face of Manufacturing orchestrates the approval of the first German apprenticeship model in the U.S.

Tech Tower close up

USG releases results of system-wide economic impact study

brain-audrey-duarte

Senior Moments Explained: Older Adults Have Weaker Clutter Control

Cellular adhesion

Roadmap for Advanced Cell Manufacturing Shows Path to Cell-Based Therapeutics

Baker's yeast cell lights up green

Heme, a Poisonous Nutrient, Tracked by ‘Green Lantern’ Sensor

Pancreatic cancer cells and microRNA

Restoring Chemotherapy Sensitivity by Boosting MicroRNA Levels

Protest

The Social Media Profile of the Black Lives Matter Movement

Researchers with code promoting essays

SEISE Tool Uses Semantic Gaps to Detect Website Promotional Attacks

Betsy DiSalvo

Lower Income Families Less Likely to Use Online Learning Tools

Casey Fiesler and Amy Bruckman

Georgia Tech Research Finds Fan Communities Are Reshaping the Social Web for the Better

Rogue Wave - OVERSEAS CHICAGO

Understanding Rogue Ocean Waves May be Simple After All

Spiral Dance of Black Holes

Gravitational Waves Detected Again

Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory

High-Resolution Model Explains Role of Soil Erosion in Carbon Budgets

Taka Ito

Polluted Dust Can Impact Ocean Life Thousands of Miles Away, Study Says

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Historic Moment in the Nuclear Industry

This past weekend, licensed reactor operators at the Tennessee Valley Authority safely connected a new source of nuclear power to its electric system. It is an historic moment for the nuclear industry because it is the first new U.S. nuclear generation of the...

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Marilyn Brown

Marilyn Brown

Professor
School of Public Policy, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

The Olympics and Muhammed Ali

Assistant Professor John Smith teaches Boxing, Race and American Culture each semester and is an expert on the life of Muhammad Ali. He's also the co-author of a book that examines the relationship between the champ and civil rights leader Malcolm X.

Smith and his co-...

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John Smith

John Smith

Assistant Professor

School of History, Technology, and Society, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

What Should Our Cities Look Like in 2030?

Two-thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities by 2030, according to a new report from the United Nations. These fast-growing cities need to plan now to develop improved housing and social services that will promote green living and close the growing gap between rich and poor, the...

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Bruce Stiftel

Bruce Stiftel

Professor 
School of City and Regional Planning, College of Design
 
Chairperson, School of City and Regional Planning

Georgia Tour
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson has wrapped up his eighth Georgia Tour. In four days, he covered 570 miles, visited 21 counties, 15 towns and...
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As a child, Rimoli shared a dream with many who grew up watching space missions: He wanted to be an astronaut.
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Three Georgia Tech mathematicians prove the Kelmans-Seymour Conjecture.
Pi Mile Road Race
The Pi Mile Road Race is a 3.14159265359 km Georgia Tech tradition.
photo - Deborah Phillips
At an early age, Deborah Phillips had a front row seat to witness the lasting impact educators can make.
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