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Self-powered intelligent keyboard could provide a new layer of security

A new self-powered non-mechanical intelligent keyboard could provide a stronger layer of security for computer users.
Swimming exercise

Experts recommend intermediate physical activity goals, especially for older adults

Even moderate increases in physical activity can have health benefits, a new paper argues.
Stuart Graham

Inventors choose to reveal their secret sauce before patent approval

Researchers found that since 2000, most inventors when given the choice opted to disclose information about their patents before patent approval – even small inventors – and this disclosure correlates with more valuable patents.
Shovel-nosed snake

Slick and slender snake beats short and stubby lizard in sand swimming

For swimming through sand, a slick and slender snake can perform better than a short and stubby lizard.
Measuring side-channel signals

Researchers work to counter a new class of coffee shop hackers

Researchers are investigating the sources of information “leaks” that could provide information to hackers about what computers and cellphones are doing.

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The Cathedral of Computation

Here Are The Bizarre Finalists Competing For Musical Instrument Of The Future

Architects caution about costs of temporary Boston Olympic stadium

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Career Fair 2014

5 Tips to Avoid the Most Common Career Fair Mistakes

Students should take these into account when attending the Internship and Co-op Fair this week.
The Home Depot Technology Center

Home Depot opens technology center at Georgia Tech

Home Depot will tap into Tech’s research expertise, and more critically, the deep talent pool of students.

Tech Hosts First Sibs Day

Students encouraged to invite brothers and sisters to get to know Tech.
Nathaniel Harris

2015 Marks 130 Years Since Tech’s Beginning

In 1885, a bill was passed in the Georgia legislature and Nathaniel Harris became the “father of Georgia Tech.”
Admission Staff Welcomes #gt19 Class

Tech Accepts 5,273 Students in Early Action Admission

Women comprise nearly 41 percent of Early Action admits for incoming class.

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Snowpocalypse – not

About a week ago, the weather forecast models suggested a strong storm developing off the east coast of the U.S.  Subsequent forecasts were issued for catastrophic snowfall amounts for the coastal northeast U.S., including New York City.  Government officials responded by shutting down...

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Judith Curry

Judith Curry

Chair and Professor
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences

Helping CEOs heed the president’s call to “hire a veteran”

During his State of the Union address, President Obama highlighted the issue of hiring veterans. James Wilburn is director of military programs for Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE). It's an issue near his heart after having served 22 years in the U.S. Army and working...

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James Wilburn

James Wilburn

Military Academic Program Director
Georgia Tech Professional Education

Boston and the disappearing stadium

Now that Boston beat out bids from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., to win the nomination for the United States’ 2024 Olympic bid, it’s time to examine how the city would host the games. School of Architecture professor Benjamin Flowers raises questions about...

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Benjamin Flowers

Benjamin Flowers

Associate Professor
School of Architecture, College of Architecture 

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