Recap of the August 17 announcement at Gilmer High School in Ellijay.
A demonstration of the steps, which can be placed on existing staircases.
A look at how ants build, and rebuild, sinking towers
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology and the Piedmont Heart Institute are using new 3-D printing technologies to create heart valve models that mimic the look and feel of the real valves. Their aim is to improve the success rate of heart valve replacements by helping doctors pick the right size prosthetic.
Researchers demonstrate the patch and discuss its applications
Shimon, a four-armed, marimba playing robot, is writing and playing its own music using deep learning. This is the first of its two songs.
Naturally occurring DNA is a thicket, but its high tension and constant motion make it shuttle large transcriptions factors through its dense windings to binding sites, where the factors go to work. Researchers back this hypothesis with a very large, unique simulation. Here, DNA is in gray, transcription factor LacI in green.
Combining a new hydrogel material with a protein that boosts blood vessel growth could improve the success rate for transplanting insulin-producing islet cells into persons with type 1 diabetes. In an animal model, the technique enhanced the survival rate of transplanted insulin-producing cells, restoring insulin production in response to blood glucose levels and curing these diabetic animals.
A new vulnerability affecting Android mobile devices results not from a traditional bug, but from the malicious combination of two legitimate permissions that power desirable and commonly-used features in popular apps.
Five swarm quadcopters zip back and forth in formation, then change their behaviors based on user commands — with no crashes.
A visit to The Hangar, Delta's global innovation center in Georgia Tech's Technology Square.
Georgia Rep. Tom Graves and Arizona Rep. Kyrsten Sinema hold a panel discussion at Georgia Tech about cybersecurity policy and technical challenges.
A comparison of the current ring-and-arrow technique and Georgia Tech's new point-and-click interface.
Georgia Tech graduate and astronaut Shane Kimbrough talks about his six-month stay on board the International Space Station. He launched into orbit on October 17, 2016 and returned to Earth on April 10, 2017.
A team of researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology and two other institutions has developed a new 3D printing method to create objects that can permanently transform into a range of different shapes in response to heat. (Credit: Georgia Tech)