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The Future of Cyber Threats and Technology

Georgia Tech’s 2017 Emerging Cyber Threats, Trends and Technologies report highlights concerns about global manipulation of information, health care fraud, data encryption and other issues likely to affect society in the year ahead. The report, produced annually, is an expert-driven review of recent cybersecurity trends, developing research and threat considerations. It is released by the Institute for Information Security and Privacy, in conjunction with this week's Cyber Security Summit on campus.

Imlay Foundation gives $5 million grant for CHOA-GT reseaerch

Imlay Foundation Gives $5 Million for Pediatric Therapies Research

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Colliding Privacy, Democracy and Technology?

EnerCage system

Wireless, Freely Behaving Rodent Cage Helps Scientists Collect More Reliable Data

Encyclopedia of Life

Addressing Environmental Challenges with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

Yoga

The Week Ahead: October 3-9

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What is New @ GT in Packaging? 3D Glass Photonics

Maker Faire

Thinkers, Tinkerers Convene at Annual Maker Faire

Donald Pearl

Achieve Your Goals with the Center for Academic Success

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Colliding Privacy, Democracy and Technology?

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Amazon Web Services Joins Georgia Tech’s Internet of Things Research Center

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Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Georgia Institute of Technology selects Jennifer Bonnett to head the Advanced Technology Development Center

Donald Pearl

Achieve Your Goals with the Center for Academic Success

Board of Regents

Open Enrollment Begins Oct. 31

The Wind Tunnel

Hidden Georgia Tech: The Wind Tunnel

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Flu Shots and Prescription Services Now Available for Employees at Stamps Health Services

GA Tech Tower

Colliding Privacy, Democracy and Technology?

EnerCage system

Wireless, Freely Behaving Rodent Cage Helps Scientists Collect More Reliable Data

Encyclopedia of Life

Addressing Environmental Challenges with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

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Yes, Computing Genetic Ancestors is Super Accurate

GA Tech Tower

Colliding Privacy, Democracy and Technology?

Centergy One Building

Amazon Web Services Joins Georgia Tech’s Internet of Things Research Center

CREATE-X logo

Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Georgia Institute of Technology selects Jennifer Bonnett to head the Advanced Technology Development Center

Imlay Foundation gives $5 million grant for CHOA-GT reseaerch

Imlay Foundation Gives $5 Million for Pediatric Therapies Research

EnerCage system

Wireless, Freely Behaving Rodent Cage Helps Scientists Collect More Reliable Data

Colorfully fluorescing mutated proteins

Yes, Computing Genetic Ancestors is Super Accurate

Fluorescence biomembrane force probe

How Mechanical Force Triggers Blood Clotting at the Molecular Scale

Electrical and Computer Engineering Students install Microgrid in Haiti

Solar Power to the People

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

Encyclopedia of Life

Addressing Environmental Challenges with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

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Optimization Technique Identifies Cost-Effective Biodiversity Corridors

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Climate Change May Extend Ozone Season in the Southeastern U.S.

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Carbon Molecular Sieve Membranes Cut Energy Use in Hydrocarbon Separations

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Water Vapor Potentially Spotted on Europa

On Monday, NASA held a press teleconference with four people to announce the second possible detection of water on Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope (HST). Britney Schmidt, assistant professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences was one...

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Britney Schmidt

Britney Schmidt

Assistant Professor
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences

How to Overcome SAT and ACT Anxiety

Changes to the SAT and ACT have created consternation. Why? First, simply change. Anytime you alter something, it causes skepticism and unrest. Secondly, the very nature of standardized testing inherently breeds anxiety. But as with anything new and unfamiliar, information is the best way to...

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Rick Clark

Rick Clark

Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech

Mary Tipton Woolley

Mary Tipton Woolley

Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Institute of Technology

Putting AI in The Matrix May Keep It from Doing the Same to Us

Someday artificial intelligence (AI) might be too good and too smart for humans. The worry is that the first AI machine to surpass human intelligence might be impossible to shut down. That’s one reason...

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Mark Riedl

Mark Riedl

Assistant Professor
School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing
Director, Entertainment Intelligence Lab

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Located on the ground floor of the Guggenheim Building, the wind tunnel is a state-of-the-art facility for experimental research.
Faces of Inclusive Excellence
Faculty, staff, and students who are committed to advancing Georgia Tech's culture of inclusive excellence.
Innovation Ecosystem
A network of students, researchers, and companies working together to develop new technologies and jobs.
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Gary Schuster gives Peter Pan partial credit for inspiring his 50-year career in academia.
Campus Coffee
A comprehensive guide for fueling your studies and workday on campus.
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