Claire Berger Receives one of France’s Highest Civilian Honors in Science, Scientific Diplomacy

Physicist Claire Berger has been awarded the Chevalier dans L'ordre des Palmes Académiques for her groundbreaking graphene research — and her work on strengthening ties between U.S. and French scientists.

Georgia Tech to Launch Interdisciplinary Neurosciences Research Program

This fall, the Institute will launch a foundational, interdisciplinary program to lead in research related to neuroscience, neurotechnology, and society.

Echoes of Extinctions: Novel Method Unearths Ecosystem Disruptions

Their novel approach showed how mammal traits evolved with changing environments and revealed factors that contributed to biodiversity loss.

Common Probiotic Bacteria Could Help Boost Protection Against Influenza

A newly funded research project might one day lead to the development of a pill or capsule able to boost the effectiveness of traditional vaccines against influenza

BioSpark Labs Continues to Grow in Support of Life Sciences Research

The recently completed expansion of the BioSpark Labs facility advances life sciences research in the Science Square district.

Novel Policy Allows Robots to Perform Interactive Tasks in Sequential Order

A Georgia Tech Ph.D. student has created a new framework that enables a four-legged robot to perform increasingly complex tasks without relearning motions.

‘Distilling’ Outdated Software Could Save Defense Dept. Millions in Time and Money

Brendan Saltaformaggio leads a $10M DARPA-funded effort to update critical defense software.

Georgia Tech Researcher to Lead $6 Million NASA Astrobiology Study

Georgia Tech researchers will study the organizing principles of compartmentalization in a five-year project called Engine of Innovation: How Compartmentalization Drives Evolution of Novelty and Efficiency Across Scales.

Researchers Highlight Ethical Issues for Developing Future AI Assistants

With the design of AI systems that seek to enhance the abilities of older adults as they experience cognitive decline, a broad range of ethical issues arises.

Georgia Tech Researchers Receive $11.6 Million from the Department of Energy to Establish the Transuranic Chemistry Center of Excellence

Directed by School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Associate Professor Henry “Pete” La Pierre, the Center will serve to push Georgia Tech to the forefront of nuclear science and engineering — and push the boundaries of our understanding of chemical bonding