A recap of the 2017 Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage.
Hundreds showed up dressed as kittens for a chance to win Super Bowl tickets from The Ellen Show.
A frog’s saliva is thick and sticky during prey capture, then turns thin and watery as prey is removed inside the mouth (Courtesy: Alexis Noel & David Hu).
TuneTable's interactive surface and coasters teach the basics of computer coding through music.
Photos of the same coral reefs in November of 2015 and April of 2016.
Karan Jani has been actively working to expand the LIGO project to his home country of India, after helping discover gravitational waves as part of his research at Georgia Tech. That’s why Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked to meet with him in Washington, D.C.
Three teams of students won honors during the 2016 InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech, a competition that brings together student innovators from all academic backgrounds across campus to foster creativity, invention and entrepreneurship.
The date is the same numerals as the rounded off figure used to calculate the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, and for engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and Yellow Jackets, it's a great reason to celebrate. That's why Georgia Tech's campus pastry chef Katherine Benson is making some uniquely Georgia-themed treats to celebrate.
Professor Kim Cobb describes some of El Nino’s effects, its role in global warming, and how this winter's current is setting the table for a very active hurricane season later this year.
In emergencies, people may trust robots too much for their own safety, a new study suggests. In a mock building fire, test subjects followed instructions from an “Emergency Guide Robot” even after the machine had proven itself unreliable – and after some participants were told that robot had broken down.
Sea butterflies, zooplankton snails that live in cold oceans don’t paddle like most small water animals. Instead, they’re like flying insects, flapping their wings to produce lift and propel them through the water.
The wearable smart arm moves from drum to cymbal based on the drummer's movements. It also automatically adjusts to varying heights and the angle of playing surfaces. Then it plays based on what it "hears" in the room.
One hundred years after Albert Einstein predicted their existence, scientists have observed gravitational waves. Georgia Tech faculty and students played a role in LIGO's discovery and explain why they're important.
Our staff and students wishing you health and prosperity in the new year.
When a penny is dropped into a collection of ants, the insects allow it to flow through them and self-assemble again after the coin passes.