Like the track laid down at Georgia Tech before the 1996 Olympic Games, the Mondo track in Paris was engineered to produce fast times.  

Time is winding down on Olympic organizers’ plans to stage open-water swimming events in Paris’ iconic Seine River later this month.

For the first time, gold medalists at the Olympics will be paid by an international federation. A Georgia Tech expert discusses the significance of the change.

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Campus and Community

The Trott Family Philanthropies is doubling its investment in rural student outreach by adding Georgia Tech and 15 other universities to the Small Town and Rural Students (STARS) College Network.

Biannual Compliance Training opens for all Georgia Tech employees Aug. 1.

The Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the recipients of the third round of Undergraduate Sustainability Education Innovation Grant.

Science and Technology

Clark Atlanta University, with AI4OPT at Georgia Tech, received a $2.79 million NSF grant to advance AI education and research at HBCUs, led by Charles B. Pierre.

Smart textiles expert and Professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering shares insight into the best fabrics to wear in the Summer

A new AI teammate developed by Assistant Professor Christopher MacLellan could be the ideal co-opt video game partner.

Earth and Environment

A new data visualization tool designed by a Georgia Tech Ph.D. student is helping a team of microbial ecologists, geobiologists, and oceanographers gain more insight into how deep-sea microorganisms interact within their environment.

Up to 80% of infections in human bodies can be attributed to the bacteria growing in biofilms, and understanding how biofilms grow could lead to critical insights on controlling them.

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.

Society and Culture

For the first time, gold medalists at the Olympics will be paid by an international federation. A Georgia Tech expert discusses the significance of the change.

Like the track laid down at Georgia Tech before the 1996 Olympic Games, the Mondo track in Paris was engineered to produce fast times.

Cassie Mitchell and Robert Quinn are examining the factors that affect the inclusion of people with disabilities in STEM fields, aiming to understand the challenges they face with the ultimate goal of improving accessibility and financial independence for

Health and Medicine

Georgia Tech researchers highlight the limitations of the "maternity care desert" measure in accurately representing access to obstetric care in Georgia, urging for more sophisticated, region-specific approaches to address the state's high maternal mortal

The bio-inspired implant could help patients avoid total knee replacements, which are frequently required due to long-term degeneration caused by meniscus injuries.

While most treatments for cardiac events target breaking down blood clots, Georgia Tech researchers have found a way to prevent blood clots from even forming.

Business and Economic Development

A Q&A with two Georgia Tech experts in civil and environmental engineering and city infrastructure analytics.

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.

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