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Capillary action in coated tube

Smart Hydrogel Coating Creates “Stick-slip” Control of Capillary Action

Capillary action inside glass tubes coated with a hydrogel behaves in unexpected ways.
North by Northwest

Why Alfred Hitchcock Grabs Your Attention

During high suspense moments, the brain narrows what people see and focuses their attention on the story.
Platinum hollow nanocages

Ultra-thin Hollow Nanocages Could Reduce Platinum Use in Fuel Cell Electrodes

A new fabrication technique could reduce the amount of platinum needed for fuel cell electrodes.
Improved carbon fiber

Innovative Method Improves Strength and Modulus in Carbon Fibers

Georgia Tech researchers are improving the strength and modulus of carbon fibers.
Ravi Bellamkonda, Wallace Coulter Biomedical Engineering Dept. Chair

Nine Georgia Tech-Emory Biomedical Projects Receive Coulter Foundation Funding

Seed funding from Coulter Foundation is designed to accelerate nine promising projects.

Tech in the News

Robot Pets Have a Leg Up on Fido

The Library Renewal @ Georgia Tech. Interview with Ameet Doshi

This New Nanogenerator Could Make Cars Much More Efficient

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Campus News

The GT Career Fair

Keeping Up with Your Career: Prepare for A Job Search

Gear up for your fall job search with these thoughts in mind.
John Stein

John Stein Named Vice President of Student Life

John M. Stein, who has been at Georgia Tech since 2002, will assume the role of vice president of the newly named Division of Student Life on August 1.
2015 Governor's Cup

Tech Wins Governor's Cup for 13th Time

The Cup is awarded annually to the state institution with the highest average contribution per employee in the State Charitable Contributions Program.
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University System Offers Updates on Same Sex Spouse Benefits

From July 13 to September 1, 2015, employees will be able to enroll their same sex spouse in USG benefits plans.
White Oak at Tech Tower

Trees on Campus Give Back to Tech

Georgia Tech is known for a lot of things. But did you know that Georgia Tech is also becoming recognized for its thoughtful stewardship of its trees?

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Cuba's Love/Hate Relationship with America

John Lawrence Tone is associate dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and professor of history in the School of History and Sociology. He teaches courses on Cuban and Spanish history and has written the prize-winning book, “War and Genocide in Cuba.”

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John Lawrence Tone

John Lawrence Tone

Associate Dean and Professor
School of History and Sociology, Ivan Allen College

Iran's Nuclear Deal

After two years of negotiating, the United States has announced a nuclear deal with Iran. The pact is between Iraq and the P5+1: United States, China, France, Russia and the United Kingdom, plus Germany. Iran will get relief from international oil and financial sanctions in exchange for limits...

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Lawrence Rubin

Lawrence Rubin

Assistant Professor of International Affairs
The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
 

Harper Lee Teaches Another Lesson

Tuesday’s publication of Harper Lee’s newly discovered novel has been hailed as a historical literary event. Written in the mid-1950s, Go Set a Watchman was the novel Lee submitted to publishers before To Kill a Mockingbird. Karen Head, an assistant professor...

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Karen Head

Karen Head

Assistant Professor

School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Director of The Communication Center

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