A U.S. Census Bureau project shows a Tech education stands out as a particularly advantageous financial decision.

Skin plays an important role in allowing an elephant to stretch its trunk to grab food and other items.

Researchers have developed a methodology to determine why coastal glaciers are retreating, and in turn, how much can be attributed to human-caused climate change.

Feature Stories

Campus and Community

Cindy Hope has been named Georgia Tech’s associate vice president for Research Administration.

Preparing snacks requires planning, but it can save time, money, and energy.

The Office of International Education has adjusted to the new normal by finding ways to meet student demand for global engagement.

Science and Technology

The Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production (CASFER) is a collaborative effort between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and five universities.

Temperatures are rising and many are trying to find solutions to the heat crisis, Georgia Tech experts weigh in on risk factors and possible solutions to extreme heat.

Researchers at UMass Amherst and Georgia Tech have 3D printed a dual-phase, nanostructured high-entropy alloy that exceeds the strength and ductility of other state-of-the-art additively manufactured materials.

Business and Economic Development

The Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production (CASFER) is a collaborative effort between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and five universities.

Four Georgia communities receive support for projects that leverage applied research, technology, and data to advance innovation in smart resilience

Earth and Environment

The Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production (CASFER) is a collaborative effort between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and five universities.

Temperatures are rising and many are trying to find solutions to the heat crisis, Georgia Tech experts weigh in on risk factors and possible solutions to extreme heat.

Researchers have developed a methodology to determine why coastal glaciers are retreating, and in turn, how much can be attributed to human-caused climate change.

Society and Culture

The Office of International Education has adjusted to the new normal by finding ways to meet student demand for global engagement.

The exhibit showcases 51 Black artists whose works are a testament to the social conversations and artistic movements of 20th-century American art.

Title IX made a monumental impact on the quest for equality and continues to do so half a century later.

Health and Medicine

Preparing snacks requires planning, but it can save time, money, and energy.

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a detection method that could revolutionize cancer treatment by showing how cancers metastasize and what stage they are.

Temperatures are rising and many are trying to find solutions to the heat crisis, Georgia Tech experts weigh in on risk factors and possible solutions to extreme heat.

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Expert Voices

Margaret Kosal (Georgia Institute of Technology Photo)

Margaret Kosal

Associate Professor

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

Areas of Expertise

Military sciences

Core Research Areas

Bioengineering and bioscience | Electronics and nanotechnology | National security | People and technology

Benjamin Klein

Benjamin Klein

Associate Professor, Associate Chair for ECE Graduate Affairs

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Areas of Expertise

Light | Photonics

Core Research Areas

Electronics and nanotechnology

Ron Arkin (Photo: Fitrah Hamid)

Ronald Arkin

Regents' Professor, Associate Dean

School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing

Areas of Expertise

Behavior-based reactive control | Action-oriented perception

Core Research Areas