Antibody Research Could Boost Coronavirus Testing, Therapies, and Vaccines

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech researchers are working with colleagues at the CDC to produce coronavirus antibodies that could lead to improved testing techniques.

1.8 Million Face Shields Delivered to Protect Medical Workers from Covid-19

Atlanta, GA

An initiative launched by Georgia Tech and supported by a community of companies has helped produce nearly 2 million face shields.

COVID-19 Info Dashboards Come to the CDC With Georgia Tech Help

Atlanta, GA

New dashboards at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are sorting public health data to make it more productive, with the help of researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).

Asymptomatic Spread Could Make the Covid-19 Pandemic Longer and Worse

Atlanta, GA

A new statistical study may help dispel lingering doubts about whether to be concerned that people without Covid-19 symptoms are spreading the disease.

Ozone Disinfection Could Safely Allow Reuse of Personal Protective Equipment

Atlanta, GA

A new study shows that ozone gas could provide a safe means for disinfecting certain types of PPE.

Ozone Disinfection Could Safely Allow Reuse of Personal Protective Equipment

Atlanta, GA

A new study shows that ozone gas could provide a safe means for disinfecting certain types of PPE.

Redesigning Hand Sanitizer and Donating 7,000 Gallons to Fight Covid-19

Atlanta, GA

It was so obvious the country was going to have a hand sanitizer crisis, but few wanted to acknowledge it.

Campus Leaders Host Virtual Town Hall on Health and Safety

Atlanta, GA

Campus leaders reviewed some of the steps Georgia Tech is taking to encourage the safety of students, faculty, and staff who will be on campus this summer and fall.

Tech Volunteers Support Mask-Making Organization

Atlanta, GA

Employees use their professional skills in a volunteer setting.

Chemotherapy and Cancer Gang up to Cause a Neurological Side Effect, Study Says

Atlanta, GA

Chemotherapy has gotten the blame for this neurological side effect, but it's cancer's fault, too.