Understanding how salt marsh grass stays healthy is of crucial ecological importance, and studying the ways bacteria interact with these plants is key. Thanks to recent advances in genomic technology, Georgia Tech biologists have begun to reveal never-before-seen ecological processes.

Researchers etch nano-sized textures and add copper ions to create a naturally antibacterial material for hospitals and other shared settings.

Georgia Tech has earned a STARS Gold Rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

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Campus and Community

May is National Bike Month, and the spring weather makes it a perfect time to explore options for cycling on and near campus.

Events around the city will commemorate the federal holiday on Monday, May 27.

Georgia Tech’s drone racing team finished among the top pilots at this year’s Collegiate Drone Racing Championship.

Science and Technology

A team of Georgia Tech and MIT researchers found that discarded brewer’s yeast, when encased in hydrogel capsules, becomes a viable and inexpensive method for purifying contaminated water.

Georgia Tech researchers found that chatbots are less accurate in Spanish, Chinese, and Hindi compared to English when asked health-related questions.

Method Provides Users Options When AI Rejects or Discriminates Against Them.

Earth and Environment

Understanding how salt marsh grass stays healthy is of crucial ecological importance, and studying the ways bacteria interact with these plants is key.

Georgia Tech researcher investigates how rainfall will change as Earth’s atmosphere heats up.

Stroud joins nine newly appointed Fellows and ten ESA Early Career Fellows, elected for "advancing the science of ecology and showing promise for continuing contributions" in the field.

Society and Culture

Working on a multi-institutional team of investigators, Georgia Tech researchers have helped the state of Georgia become the epicenter for developing K-12 AI educational curriculum nationwide.

Researchers in the School of Economics hope the tool they're developing can help policymakers and community organizations implement more timely and targeted interventions to alleviate hunger on the continent.

In her analysis, Joycelyn Wilson explores Beyoncé's 'Cowboy Carter' album, influenced by icons like Tina Turner, representing a bold departure into country-pop fusion, while delving into its cultural resonance and musical evolution.

Health and Medicine

Researchers etch nano-sized textures and add copper ions to create a naturally antibacterial material for hospitals and other shared settings.

Family tragedy changed Hong Yeo’s life, with his new direction leading to a new potentially lifesaving medical device.

Biomedical engineer Annabelle Singer has spent the past decade developing a noninvasive therapy for Alzheimer’s disease that also could benefit patients with a host of other neurological disorders, from epilepsy to multiple sclerosis.

Business and Economic Development

Melecio will focus on economic development for life sciences and biosciences.

First phase of innovation district promises to encourage medical advances, drive economic growth, and inspire future generations

Program pairs U.S. academics and professionals with institutions abroad to share expertise, strengthen relations, hone skills, gain international experience, and learn about other cultures.

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