Seth Osekre, a custodian in Facilities Management, follows safety protocols when cleaning. (Video by Allison Carter)
2020 graduate TJ Weiler talks about his journey to earning a Georgia Tech degree.
True Merrill is a senior research scientist at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He is a member of the team that developed and implemented Georgia Tech's Covid-19 surveillance testing program. (audio slideshow by Allison Carter)
Cristina Fannin, a construction manager in Georgia Tech Facilities Management, talks about her work.
Two students asked Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera if he'd like to play frisbee with them, and he said yes.
A Message from Steven McLaughlin, Georgia Tech’s New Provost
Steven Sheffield is the machine shop manager for Georgia Tech's George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.
Jeff Wiley, an IT support professional in Facilities Management, takes photos of essential workers and at staff events.
Georgia Tech researchers and students are engaged with communities across our state, helping implement technology solutions that improve quality of life. The 2019-2020 Georgia Smart Communities Challenge program paired Georgia Tech problem solvers with local leaders in Columbus, Macon, Milton, and Woodstock to identify projects that positively impact Georgians. The 2020 class was announced on Aug. 6.
For the next few months, visitors to the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Canopy Walk will be able to watch the testing of a new high-tech tool in the battle to save some of the world’s most endangered species. SlothBot is a slow-moving and energy-efficient robot that can linger in the trees to monitor animals, plants, and the environment below. Built by robotics engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology to take advantage of the low-energy lifestyle of real sloths, the solar-powered SlothBot demonstrates how being slow can be ideal for certain applications.
Kentez Craig grew up in Atlanta with two parents who served as first responders working as paramedics for local hospitals. Now, as a master's student of engineering, he is inspired by his parents as he helps develop and build protective equipment for healthcare professionals on the front lines fighting the battle against COVID-19.
The slightest bit of shear tension makes gecko adhesion surfaces grip, and the release of that same tension makes them let go. The same gripping surfaces can pick up objects of all shapes, sizes, and materials with the exception of Teflon and other non-stick surfaces. Credit: Georgia Tech / Varenberg lab
A research team at the Georgia Institute of Technology has created a prototype for a low-cost, portable emergency ventilator that uses electronic sensors and computer control to manage key clinical parameters such as respiration rate, tidal volume (the amount of air moved into and out of the lungs during each cycle), inspiration/expiration ratio, and pressure on the lungs.
On a nearly deserted campus, volunteer Georgia Tech researchers burn the midnight oil to produce important enzymes that make coronavirus test kits work. They plan to create enough for hundreds of tests per day. Credit: Georgia Tech / Karcz / Glass / Brumfield