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Liquid Cooling Moves onto the Chip for Denser Electronics

Researchers are putting liquid cooling right where it’s needed the most – a few hundred microns away from where the transistors are operating.
Gels quantify cathepsin activity

Predictive Model Could Help Guide Choices for Breast Cancer Therapies

A new technique could give women and their oncologists more personalized information for choosing breast cancer treatment options.
Electron beam writing

Disappearing Carbon Circuits on Graphene Could Have Security, Biomedical Uses

Researchers have demonstrated a technique for creating dynamic patterns on graphene surfaces.
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Mineralogical Confirmation for Liquid Water on Present-day Mars

Study finds hydrated salts on Mars, suggesting liquid water on the planet.
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First Optical Rectenna – Combined Rectifier and Antenna – Converts Light to DC Current

Researchers have demonstrated the first optical rectenna, a device that converts light directly into DC current.

Tech in the News

Signs of Liquid Water Found on Surface of Mars, Study Says

Discussing the “Revolution in Higher Education”

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TEQ Charging team

Georgia Tech students finalists for startup of the year

TEQ Charging invented a power strip that allows multiple electric vehicles to be recharged by a single charging point.

Drone Use Restricted during Football Games

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has set out several limitations for where, when, and how unmanned aircraft can be used.
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Preventing Bike Theft on Campus

The best defense against bike theft is the use of a high-quality U-lock to secure the bike to one of the many bike racks on campus.
Great Smoky Mountains

Students Invited to Explore the Outdoors with Trailblazers

The student group is organizing three trips during fall break.
Unicycling at Pastimes between Class Times

Students Practice 'Pastimes between Class Times'

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, Burdell’s Buddies and Wreckless cohosted Pastimes Between Class Times on Tech Green, an event showcasing the hobbies of Tech students, faculty, and staff.

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European Court strikes down US-EU privacy agreement

This week the European Court of Justice struck down the “Safe Harbor” agreement between the U.S. and the European Union.  Peter Swire, the Huang Professor of Law and Ethics at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, said the decision will disrupt the way that many...

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Peter Swire

Peter Swire

Nancy J. and Lawrence P. Huang Professor, in the Law and Ethics

Scheller College of Business

South Carolina Floods Produce Rafts of Ants

This past weekend's historic rains have brought massive flooding to South Carolina. And those floods have brought rafts of ants. News crews in the northern areas of the state are seeing thousands of living ants grouped...

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David Hu

David Hu

Assistant Professor
George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering 

Solace in Admission Uncertainty

As director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech, Rick Clark looks for ways to reduce unnecessary stress when students apply to college. The new Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success will reduce unnecessary stress, help students and their families identify excellent college...

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Rick Clark

Rick Clark

Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech

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