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Research advances security and trust in reconfigurable devices

Researchers are studying a range of security challenges involving programmable logic devices.
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Microneedle patch for measles vaccination could be a global game changer

The microneedle patch could make it easier to vaccinate people against measles and other vaccine-preventable diseases.
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3D structure solved for vulnerable region of glaucoma-causing protein

Scientists have determined the three-dimensional structure of a key part of a protein that is associated with glaucoma and identified regions of this domain that correlate with severe forms of the disease.
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Research identifies barriers in tracking meals and what foodies want

Eating healthy is sometimes a challenge on its own, so technology should ease that burden – not increase it – according to new research.
Seven Cool Things About Robots

Seven Cool Things About Robots

In honor of National Robotics Week, Georgia Tech puts together a list of seven cool things robots can do (or will be able to do in the near future).

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Ramblin' On: Nikhil George

Nikhil George found his place at Georgia Tech as an international student.
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Ramblin' On: Brandie Banner

Graduating seniors from Georgia Tech reflect on their unique experiences. The outgoing SGA Vice President is helping communities in need, from Atlanta to Kenya.
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Ramblin' On: Michael Johnson

After six seasons in the NFL, Michael Johnson comes back to complete his Georgia Tech degree.
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Young and Restless: Newly Minted Alumni Eager to Give Back

They haven't been out long, but these alumni are eager to give back.
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Student Alumni Association Gives More Than $36,000 to Counseling Center

The 2015 Student Alumni Association Gift to Tech will provide more resources to mental health services on campus.

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Why diversity matters in STEM

Diversity in STEM matters significantly and on so many levels. African-American men face unique challenges, and Georgia Tech is hosting two events in Washington, D.C., on May 5 to discuss how to attract this group to STEM. Gary May, dean of the College of Engineering, explains...

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Gary May

Gary May

College of Engineering

How do we get students into STEM?

As assistant dean in the College of Computing, Cedric Stallworth helps develop a pipeline of qualified students from Atlanta Public Schools. He explains how computer science can liberate inner city youth.

A few years ago, during an admissions discussion about African-...

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Cedric Stallworth

Cedric Stallworth

assistant dean for Outreach, Enrollment and Community for the College of Computing at Georgia Tech

Robots can be as creative as the teaching

Can robots be creative? Professor Gil Weinberg thinks so. And to make his point, he’s teaching about robotic creativity in a creative way. Instead of a traditional lecture, he’s using animation and music to explain the subject to school students and the general public in a...

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Gil Weinberg

Gil Weinberg

School of Music, College of Architecture
Director, Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology
Adjunct professor, School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing  

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