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NFL honors Georgia Tech-Emory team for brain injury detection system

Georgia Tech-Emory team wins award from NFL for brain injury detection system.
Microneedle size comparison

Tiny needles offer potential new treatment for two major eye diseases

Needles almost too small to be seen with the unaided eye could be the basis for new treatment options for glaucoma and corneal neovascularization.
J. Carson Meredith

Georgia Institute of Technology receives Grand Challenges Explorations grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

J. Carson Meredith, professor in the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE) will pursue an innovative global health and development research project, titled “Pollen-Based Assays of Intestinal Mucus Water Content and Rheology.”

Georgia Tech Releases 2015 Emerging Cyber Threats Report

In its latest Emerging Cyber Threats Report, Georgia Tech warns about loss of privacy; abuse of trust between users and machines; attacks against the mobile ecosystem; rogue insiders; and the increasing involvement of cyberspace in nation-state conflicts.
AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning System

Army collaboration produces new test station for missile warning system

Georgia Tech has helped the U.S. Army develop and build a system for testing missile warning devices used on aircraft.

Tech in the News

Wearable Tech for People With Disabilities

The Moonshot That Missed

How Jordan uses Islam against the Islamic State

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Clothing Drive Collects Gently Used Prom Dresses

Multiple donation drives will benefit those in Atlanta in need.
FIJI Run for the Kids

'Run for the Kids' Gets Game Ball to Athens

Fraternity members from Tech, Georgia tag team in relay race for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Tech, Emory Partner on Law Master's Degree Program

Students could enroll in new joint program as early as Fall 2015
Back of Ramblin' Wreck

Class of 1964 Sets Reunion Giving Record

The Class of 1964 raised more than $32 million that will go toward maintaining the Ramblin' Wreck mascot, as well as fund a needs-based scholarship.
Graff and Singhose

Wall Honors Tech's Best Teachers

Teaching Excellence Awards Wall bears the names of teachers honored since the 1960s.

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Graduating more engineers should be a national priority

Georgia Tech and the Georgia Research Alliance recently hosted the Natioal Engineering Forum, which focused on three engineering challenges: capacity, capability, and competitiveness. To mark the event, Gary May, dean of the College of Engineering and Thomas A. Fanning...

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Gary May

Gary May

College of Engineering

Barbie, Remixed: I (really!) can be a computer engineer

I am a Ph.D. student in a computing department, so I guess it’s not surprising that my social media feeds
have been full of outrage over Barbie’s “computer engineering” skills. The blog post...

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Casey Fiesler

Casey Fiesler

Ph.D. Candidate
School of Interacting Computing, College of Computing

Do’s and don’ts for parents during college application season

It seems like yesterday you were dropping her off for the first day of kindergarten. Now the years have flown past and she’s a senior in high school, applying for college. As families embark on this exciting and somewhat daunting journey, Rick Clark, director of Undergraduate...

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Rick Clark

Rick Clark

Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech