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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.
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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.
Molybdenum disulfide sample

Researchers develop world’s thinnest electric generator

Researchers have made the first experimental observation of piezoelectricity and the piezotronic effect in an atomically thin material, molybdenum disulfide.
Maize root system

Automated imaging system looks underground to help improve crops

Researchers have developed an automated imaging technique for measuring and analyzing the root systems of mature plants.

Animals help people, get their own app

App created to highlight ways animals have helped engineers solve problems

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Psychology: The truth about the paranormal

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Campus News

Georgia Tech Homecoming Wreck Parade

Campus Begins Homecoming Celebration

Events will take place all week leading up to the football game against the University of Virginia on Nov. 1.
Tech Tower in the Fall

Georgia Tech tops among smartest public colleges in America

The Georgia Institute of Technology topped Business Insider’s list of smartest public colleges in America.
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Campus Groups Lead Observance of Veterans Day

Several groups will host events that are open to everyone on campus, and Tech veterans will be participating in citywide events as well.
Georgia Tech National Media Panel on Technology and the Future of Online Higher Education

Technology provides higher education with a bright future

The Georgia Institute of Technology organized a national media roundtable Thursday to discuss the current state of online learning in higher education and how technology will help shape its future.
Catie Newell - After Curfew Exhibit

After Curfew, the Works of Artist Catie Newell

Tech Alumna Catie Newell is hosting an exhibit of her work in the Stubbins Gallery through Nov. 7.

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A return to the 1980s for women interested in coding?

College of Computing Professor Mark Guzdial is concerned that the mistakes of the past, which ultimately led to less women with access to computer science classes, could be returning. In the most recent excerpt on his "Computing Education" blog, Guzdial describes the scene in...

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Mark Guzdial

Mark Guzdial

School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing

Foul Yet Profound Social Media: YikYak

It’s a good morning if the students are chatting about squirrels. They seem obsessed with campus squirrels. Other mornings, they brag about sexual exploits (real or imagined), about how hard they are studying, and about how much they are not studying.  The site is YikYak, social media that...

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Amy Bruckman

Amy Bruckman

Associate Professor
School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing
Founder, Electronic Learning Communities Research Group Member, GVU Center  

Technology and future of online higher education

Georgia Tech Media Relations team members Laura Diamond and Jason Maderer discuss a national media roundtable recently hosted by the Office of the Provost. The New York City event focused on technology's role in the future of online higher education and attracted a panel of experts and top-tier...

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Rafael L. Bras

Rafael L. Bras

Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences