Health & Medicine News

Agile Aperture Antenna Tested

Agile Aperture Antenna Tested on Aircraft to Survey Ground Emitters, Maintain Satellite Connection

The Georgia Tech Research Institute’s software-defined, electronically-reconfigurable Agile Aperture Antenna (A3) has now been tested on the land, sea and air.
Galaxy 1

Small, but plentiful: how the faintest galaxies illuminated the early universe

The researchers used computer simulations to demonstrate the faintest and smallest galaxies in the early universe were essential.
Ribosome evolution before and after the last universal common ancestor

Evolution of life's operating system revealed in detail

The evolution of the ribosome, a large molecular structure found in the cells of all species, has been revealed in unprecedented detail in a new study.
Stanley Miller's 1958 experimental samples

Stanley Miller’s Forgotten Experiments, Analyzed

The first-ever analysis of some of Stanley Miller’s old samples has revealed another way that important molecules could have formed on early Earth.

Czech Days at Georgia Tech Foster International Collaboration

The event was organized with a goal of fostering partnerships between researchers and innovators from the Czech Republic and Georgia Tech.
Capitol Hill Roundtables

Capitol Hill Roundtables Highlight Power of Georgia Tech Research Partnerships

Georgia Tech hosted a roundtable discussion on driving innovation in pediatric healthcare in Washington D.C. to inform policymakers of challenges and successes in research partnerships.

Development of New Ion Traps Advances Quantum Computing Systems

Researchers are advancing quantum computing efforts with new components and devices.
Modeling and Simulation Testing

GTRI Huntsville Works to Shorten Modeling and Simulation Testing

Georgia Tech researchers are working with a Huntsville company to test high-altitude missiles.
Renewable Bioproducts Institute

Georgia Tech's Renewable Bioproducts Institute Receives $43.6 Million in Legacy Funding

The Georgia Institute of Technology has received a $43.6 million gift from the Institute of Paper Chemistry Foundation (IPCF).
Red tide sampling

How Red Tide Knocks Out Its Competition

New research reveals how the algae behind red tide thoroughly disables – but doesn’t kill – other species of algae.