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Brian Stone at Clough Commons

Helping Cities Cool Down

Louisville could be the first city worldwide to develop an urban heat-adaptation plan, thanks to recommendations from a team of Tech researchers led by Brian Stone. The study is the first in the nation to measure the benefits of heat management strategies for reducing urban temperatures and reducing the numbers of individuals dying from heat-related causes each year.

LuminAI Dome

You’ll Never Dance Alone with This Artificial Intelligence Project

David Sholl and Ryan Lively

Researchers List “Seven Chemical Separations to Change the World”

Alberto Fernandez-Nieves in Lab

It Takes More than Peer Pressure to Make Large Microgels Fit In

Tech Parkway Rendering

Traffic to Divert from Tech Parkway during Construction

Student Honors Celebration 2016

Students Honored at Annual Celebration

ADA Accessibility

ADA Assessment Plan Aims to Transform Campus for All

LuminAI Dome

You’ll Never Dance Alone with This Artificial Intelligence Project

GTPD Provide Rides during Finals, Spring 2016

Getting Around and Staying Safe during Finals

Coda in Tech Square

Georgia Tech, Portman Announce Coda in Tech Square

ACC InVenture Prize logo

Duke, University of Virginia and Georgia Tech Win Big at ACC InVenture Prize

ACC InVenture Prize logo

FireHUD Advances to ACC InVenture Prize Finals

Honeysuckle Gelato Partners

Childhood friends scoop out success in craft gelato business

Student Honors Celebration 2016

Students Honored at Annual Celebration

GTPD Provide Rides during Finals, Spring 2016

Getting Around and Staying Safe during Finals

Brian Stone

Every City Is an Island

Finals

The Weeks Ahead, Finals Edition: April 25 – May 5

LuminAI Dome

You’ll Never Dance Alone with This Artificial Intelligence Project

David Sholl and Ryan Lively

Researchers List “Seven Chemical Separations to Change the World”

Alberto Fernandez-Nieves in Lab

It Takes More than Peer Pressure to Make Large Microgels Fit In

DNA double helix black background istock

The Contrarian Dance of DNA

Coda in Tech Square

Georgia Tech, Portman Announce Coda in Tech Square

ACC InVenture Prize logo

Duke, University of Virginia and Georgia Tech Win Big at ACC InVenture Prize

ACC InVenture Prize logo

FireHUD Advances to ACC InVenture Prize Finals

Honeysuckle Gelato Partners

Childhood friends scoop out success in craft gelato business

Brian Stone - outside

Helping Cities Cool Down

Cholera on Agar Plate

Crab Shell Signaling Helps Control the Many Faces of Cholera, Study Shows

2016 InVenture Prize Winners

FireHUD Wins the 2016 InVenture Prize

Healthy vs. Unhealthy

People in Food Deserts Eat Much Differently than the Rest of America

Cuba Intercambio

Project Seeks to Improve Interim, Online Communication between Cubans and Rest of World

Hannah Musall

Professor touts keys to international community development success

Munmun De Choudhury 2015

Banning Words on Instagram Doesn’t Help – It Makes It Worse

Demonstrating U.S. News Map

What Going Viral Looked Like 120 Years Ago

David Sholl and Ryan Lively

Researchers List “Seven Chemical Separations to Change the World”

NHud bartituric acid uracil models

Missing Links Brewed in Primordial Puddles?

Brian Stone - outside

Helping Cities Cool Down

Labrador Sea

Researchers Discover Fate of Melting Glacial Ice

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The Whistle, Georgia Tech's Faculty/Staff Newspaper

Coming to the Classroom: Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already in the classroom: as digital textbooks that include question-and- answer simulations; as intelligent nano-tutors to help students work through complex problems and as intelligent systems to grade student assignments. Ashok Goel teaches...

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Ashok K. Goel

Ashok K. Goel

Professor of Computer Science and Cognitive Science in the School of Interactive Computing

The Unseen Victims of the BP Oil Spill

On April 20, 2010, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil rig released a torrent of oil in the seafloor of the Gulf of Mexico, discharging close to 5 million barrels of oil in 87 days. It was the largest accidental oil spill in U.S. history. Six years later, researchers such as the...

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Joel Kostka

Joel Kostka

Professor School of Biology, College of Sciences

FrankenBot: The Inevitable Monstrosity of Artificial Life

Last week, Microsoft released an artificially intelligent chatbot named Tay on social media, which resulted in some embarrassing computer learning. Tobias Wilson-Bates is a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow and is teaching a course that challenges students to engage with...

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Tobias Wilson-Bates

Tobias Wilson-Bates

Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Language, Media and Commuincation

A Photo Finish
The Georgia Tech campus offers numerous spots for great graduation photos.
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10 students. 10 incredible stories. Meet some of the Georgia Tech freshmen who are forging the future.
Hidden Georgia Tech - DramaTech
Georgia Tech’s student-run theater, DramaTech, is the oldest continuously running theater in Georgia.
photo - door revealing Georgia Tech Whistle
The Holland Plant, home of the Georgia Tech steam whistle, has been producing steam since opening in 1917.
photo - Michael Smith
This award-winning teacher calls himself a “triple dipper” because he has three degrees from Georgia Tech.
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