Georgia Tech to Lead NASA Center on Lunar Research and Exploration

The center's research about the nature of lunar dust and volatiles will support upcoming human-crewed missions to the moon.

Engineering A New Way to Feed Gorillas

A team of Georgia Tech researchers has built an automatic feeding machine for gorillas at Zoo Atlanta that allows the primates to more naturally forage for food.

A Look Inside Stem Cells Helps Create Personalized Regenerative Medicine

In two papers, researchers examined a specific type of stem cell with an intracellular toolkit to determine which cells are most likely to create effective cell therapies.

A Journey to the Origins of Multicellular Life: Long-Term Experimental Evolution in the Lab

Over 3,000 generations of laboratory evolution, Georgia Tech researchers watched as their model organism, “snowflake yeast,” began to adapt as multicellular individuals.

New Fellowships Support High-Impact Cybersecurity Research

Five faculty members will help grow the College of Engineering’s work in high-impact cyber-physical systems security as new Cybersecurity Fellows.

Back-to-Back Drone Racing Titles Further RotorJackets Goal of Expansion

RotorJackets, Georgia Tech’s drone racing team, captured their second straight national title, but their mission extends beyond winning championships.

Research Teams Awarded $15M to Design Materials Inspired by Deep Sea Fish and to Explore Attention Control

The MURI program seeks to fund research teams with creative and diverse solutions to complex problems and is a major part of the DoD’s research portfolio.

Driving Change: Georgia Tech Experts Lead in Electrification of America’s Roads

Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular, and with economic and environmental impacts colliding, Georgia Tech experts are leading the way in the development of next-generation solutions.

Can Cosmic Collisions Be Predicted Before They Happen?

LIGO researchers are developing early-warning software to nab neutron-star mergers faster

Georgia Tech Part of $5 Million Grant-Funded Center to Advance Robotics in Poultry Processing

Atlanta, GA

Researchers at Georgia Tech and four other institutes were awarded the grant to increase use of artificial intelligence and robotics in chicken processing.