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New technology tracks tiniest pollutants in real time

A team of six faculty members at the Georgia Institute of Technology has been awarded a Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for air pollution research.
Manufacturing survey

Georgia manufacturers boost profits, but reduce long-term investment

Georgia manufacturers are enjoying higher profits, but they may be shortchanging investment in future-focused technology and innovation.
PR2 robot

New RFID technology helps robots find household objects

Researchers have developed a new search algorithm that improves a robot’s ability to find and navigate to tagged objects
Earsketch Jason Freeman

Georgia Tech awarded NSF grant to combine the arts and computer science in Georgia high schools

Four-year, $3 million grant will expand an innovative approach to computer science education in Georgia high schools.
Crowdsourcing water testing

Crowdsourcing could lead to better water in rural India

A three-continent research consortium is evaluating a novel environmental crowdsourcing technique for assessing water quality in India.

Tech in the News

Georgia could be first to have driverless cars

Piezoelectricity, and Other Ways Your Body Can Charge Your Phone

Robots Use RFID to Find and Navigate to Household Objects

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Campus News

Georgia Tech Staff Council

Staff Council to Hold Nominations and Elections this Fall

Staff Council nominations will be held from Sept. 29 to Oct. 10, with elections planned from Nov. 3 to 14.
Paul Strouts

University System Honors Six Tech Employees for Excellence

The Westside Communities Alliance (WCA) Executive Leadership Team, Vice President of Campus Services Paul Strouts, and Professor Michael Schatz were selected from nearly 300 nominees at all 31 USG institutions.
Startup Competition Edison Prize

2015 Startup Competition Starts Now: Tech Graduate Students Can Form Teams, Register

Are you an aspiring entrepreneur at Georgia Tech? Do you want to learn how to launch a startup by doing instead of just talking? If so, then the 2015 Georgia Tech Startup Competition could be your golden ticket.
Football Helmet

Athletics Offers Faculty/Staff Ticket Deal for Miami Football Game

Faculty and staff can purchase tickets and tailgate passes for the Oct. 4 game.
Tech Students at Great Wall

New Scholarship Provides Study Abroad Funds

Students do not have to have already selected a study abroad program to apply.

News Blog

Sports and domestic abuse

Mary McDonald is the Homer C. Rice Chair of Sports and Society in the School of History, Technology and Society. Her research focuses on the cultural studies of sport including representations of gender, race, class and sexuality.

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Mary McDonald

Mary McDonald

Homer C. Rice Chair in Sports and Society
School of History, Technology, & Society, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Braves choose profit over legacy — again

The Atlanta Braves recently announced naming rights with SunTrust Bank for the new stadium in Cobb County. The new SunTrust Park led Architecture Professor Benjamin Flowers to question what happened to the promise of a new, exciting sports destination.

Months ago the...

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Benjamin Flowers

Benjamin Flowers

Associate Professor
School of Architecture, College of Architecture 

Georgia Tech Robotics Roundtable

Georgia Tech experts Magnus Egerstedt, Gary McMurray and Wendy Rogers discuss the future of robotics and its implications on industry, research and society.


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Magnus Egerstedt

Magnus Egerstedt

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering

Gary McMurray

Gary McMurray

Division Chief of GTRI Food Processing Technology Division
Wendy Rogers

Wendy Rogers

School of Psychology, College of Sciences