Three faculty from Georgia Tech have been chosen as 2022 National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Fellows, the highest professional distinction for academic inventors:  Adegboyega "Yomi" Oyelere of the College of Sciences, along with Madhavan Swaminathan and Zhong Lin Wang of the College of Engineering.

Georgia Tech is serving as mission control for Lunar Flashlight, which will launch this week and orbit the moon this spring.

ECE major Stephen Fazio and his business partner Austin Hillam pitch their invention ZipString on ABC’s Shark Tank.

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Campus and Community

For those who are still scrambling for the picture-perfect Commencement attire, here are some tips to help out.

Quincy Howard takes home nearly $70,000 in cash and prizes

More than 100 teams competed at the Fall Capstone Design Expo

Science and Technology

Energy, Policy, and Innovation Center leads effort to develop new energy planning models for metro Atlanta

The report presents life-cycle assessment as an essential tool in helping researchers and policymakers evaluate low-carbon fuel standards to reduce emissions.

Chemists and engineers collaborate on process that washes away nonconductive side chains from a robust polymer backbone to create a powerful conductive plastic.

Business and Economic Development

Energy, Policy, and Innovation Center leads effort to develop new energy planning models for metro Atlanta

It turns out that being too emotive in a pitch can make investors feel manipulated and dissuade them from giving money.

Georgia Advanced Technology Ventures Inc., an affiliate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, has announced the expansion of BioSpark Labs.

Earth and Environment

The report presents life-cycle assessment as an essential tool in helping researchers and policymakers evaluate low-carbon fuel standards to reduce emissions.

Researchers examined how rogue waves form and analyzed the likelihood that a ship would encounter them while navigating the rough waters of intense storms.

Banning scooters may reduce sidewalk congestion and keep would-be riders and pedestrians safer, but it comes at a cost.

Society and Culture

Book recommendations from Georgia Tech Library staff.

Georgia Tech aerospace engineering student Mirza Samnani volunteered more than 1,000 hours to develop early warning systems for avalanches in Tajikistan.

Costumes in the annual Trinidad and Tobago Carnival often inspire awe because of their extravagance, flamboyancy, and — for some dancing sculptures — their size.

Health and Medicine

Nourish your body regardless of the season.

The team will use the technology to uncover the emergence of cellular and circuit dysfunction during the progression of Alzheimer’s.

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that, with proper instruction, children as young as 4 can effectively perform self-sampling with nasal swabs for testing.  

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