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Robot Plays Angry Birds 2

Your next opponent in Angry Birds could be a robot

With the help of a smart tablet and Angry Birds, end users can now program a robot to learn new tasks.
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.
Membrane module

Hollow-Fiber MOF Membranes Could Cut Separation Costs, Energy Use

Researchers have developed a new technique for fabricating metal-organic framework (MOF) membranes inside hollow polymer fibers.

Georgia Tech uses data science to promote social good

The Data Science for Social Good internship program is sponsored by Georgia Tech and Oracle.

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Online classrooms resetting education

Climate scientists generally express approval for proposed EPA carbon rule

NASA to test giant supersonic Mars parachute off Hawaiian coast

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Allison Braden

Fellowship Preparations Start during Summer

For students at all levels, summer is the time to contact the Fellowships Officeto apply to many prestigious award programs.
Kirk Bowman at White Elephant Leiria Stadium in Portugal

World Cup 2014: Political Struggles Play Out on the Soccer Pitch

Kirk Bowman specializes in soccer and global politics. He and his students talk about their experience viewing the World Cup from Spain.

Georgia Tech uses data science to promote social good

The Data Science for Social Good internship program is sponsored by Georgia Tech and Oracle.

Faculty Proposals Collect $250K in Latest GT-FIRE Funding

Program provides faculty researchers with seed funding for original research and scholarship.
Underwater Hockey

Clubs Keep Campus Lively during Summer

Many campus organizations get together for practices, social outings and competitions year-round.

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Economic Recovery Breaks New Ground – it’s Normal!

The Labor Department latest jobs report, covering activity in June, revealed 288,000 new jobs were created and the unemployment rate declined to 6.1 percent from 6.3 percent the month before. If the current pace of recovery continues, according to Thomas “Danny” Boston, a...

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Thomas D. Boston

Thomas D. Boston

Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts 

How Cities Use Design to Drive Homeless People Away

Robert Rosenberger, an assistant professor of philosophy in the School of Public Policy has written an opinion piece for The Atlantic about how cities develop unique ways to discourage the homeless from sleeping in public.

In London, metal spikes have been poured...

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Robert Rosenberger

Robert Rosenberger

Assistant Professor
School of Public Policy, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Ants: The Clueless Engineers

Three years ago, Assistant Professor David Hu took a close look at how fire ants work together to build waterproof rafts to stay alive. By looking at the edges and tops of rafts, the team...

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David Hu

David Hu

Assistant Professor
George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering