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Brainwaves can predict audience reaction for television programming

By analyzing the brainwaves of people as they watched TV, researchers were able to accurately predict the preferences of large TV audiences.
BlackForest Aggregates Threats

BlackForest Aggregates Threat Information to Warn of Possible Cyber Attacks

Researchers have developed a new open source intelligence gathering system known as BlackForest.
Felissa Goldstein

Improved Telemedicine System Connects Doctors to Autism Patients in Rural Georgia

A recently improved telemedicine system was optimized by scientists at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and Cisco Systems, Inc.
Stroke Rehab Device

Making a mental match: pairing a mechanical device with stroke patients

Mechanical rehab device taps a person's wrist while creating a signal in brain. The signals overlap int he brain and move and the wrist.
Jeanette Yen and Team in Antarctica

In Antarctica: A Quest to the Bottom of the Food Chain

Jeanette Yen, professor in the School of Biology, and a team of scientists spend the summer in Antarctica studying how plankton may be a canary in the coal mine of climate change.

Tech in the News

Why DARPA Wants An Experimental Spaceplane

Forty years ago, chaos reigned in pop culture

Private light sail spacecraft to launch by 2016

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Campus Community Plays Role in Summer Safety

With new faces on campus, it's important to make campus a safe, welcoming place for everyone who is arriving and who already resides here.

Campus Recreation Center Closes for Annual Maintenance

Due to the need to perform annual facility maintenance, the Campus Recreation Center (CRC) will be closed starting Saturday, August 2, through Sunday, August 10.
Georgia Tech Forms Inaugural Staff Council

Creating a Voice for Staff at Georgia Tech

Until recently, staff at Georgia Tech didn’t have a formal means of communicating their perspectives to the Institute’s executive leadership. And given that there are more than 3,700 staff members at Tech, there is plenty of insight to be shared.
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Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit to Change

The one-year run of Georgia Tech’s Engineered Art: An International Sculpture Exhibit will come to an end in August, when seven of the 15 pieces will be shipped to Canada. The other eight sculptures will remain on permanent display.
Allison Braden

Fellowship Preparations Start during Summer

For students at all levels, summer is the time to contact the Fellowships Officeto apply to many prestigious award programs.

News Blog

Economic Recovery Breaks New Ground – it’s Normal!

The Labor Department latest jobs report, covering activity in June, revealed 288,000 new jobs were created and the unemployment rate declined to 6.1 percent from 6.3 percent the month before. If the current pace of recovery continues, according to Thomas “Danny” Boston, a...

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Thomas D. Boston

Thomas D. Boston

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

How Cities Use Design to Drive Homeless People Away

Robert Rosenberger, an assistant professor of philosophy in the School of Public Policy has written an opinion piece for The Atlantic about how cities develop unique ways to discourage the homeless from sleeping in public.

In London, metal spikes have been poured...

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Robert Rosenberger

Robert Rosenberger

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

Ants: The Clueless Engineers

Three years ago, Assistant Professor David Hu took a close look at how fire ants work together to build waterproof rafts to stay alive. By looking at the edges and tops of rafts, the team...

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David Hu

David Hu

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