The team used experiments and simulations to quantify and predict how knit fabric response can be programmed. By establishing a mathematical theory of knitted materials, the researchers hope that knitting — and textiles in general — can be incorporated into more engineering and manufacturing applications.

Georgia Tech researchers are developing sustainable ocean shipping solutions to meet global emissions targets through eco-friendly fuels, optimized supply chains, and life-cycle assessments.

Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a method using nanowires to deliver miRNA to T-cells, preserving their naïve state and significantly enhancing their effectiveness in adoptive T-cell therapy for fighting infections and potentially cancer.

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Campus and Community

Georgia Institute of Technology has been named a Center for Sustainability Across the Curriculum by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

The Georgia Tech campus will once again serve as a backdrop for a film production.

Juneteenth will be observed on campus and around Atlanta.

Science and Technology

The researchers have taken the age-old technical know-how of knitting and added mathematical backing to it.

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.

Earth and Environment

Georgia Tech researchers are developing sustainable ocean shipping solutions to meet global emissions targets through eco-friendly fuels, optimized supply chains, and life-cycle assessments.

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.

Society and Culture

The database will help researchers explore questions about the causes and effects of power outages and how policy interventions can help strengthen grid resilience.

New analysis from Georgia Tech indicates that a phenomenon known as social correction may help to counter false and misleading onloine claims.

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.

Health and Medicine

Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a method using nanowires to deliver miRNA to T-cells, preserving their naïve state and significantly enhancing their effectiveness in adoptive T-cell therapy for fighting infections and potentially cancer.

Han will investigate whether blocking specific neurons can help inhibit asthma — which may provide a new avenue for developing treatments.

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

Business and Economic Development

Entrepreneurs are on campus to learn how to scale and develop viable ecosystems for startup success.

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

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