Where in the World are Young People Using the Internet?

Atlanta, GA

A common myth today is that young people are all glued to the Internet, but in fact, only 30 percent of the world’s youth population between the ages of 15 and 24 years old have been active online for at least five years.

Putting a Face on a Robot

Atlanta, GA

A new study finds that older and younger people have different opinions about what they would want a personal robot to look like.

“Waviness” Explains Why Carbon Nanotube Forests Have Low Stiffness

Atlanta, GA

A new study helps explain why forests of carbon nanotubes aren't as stiff as scientists expected.

College of Architecture’s Digital Building Laboratory awards $148,850 in grants at members meeting

Atlanta, GA

College of Architecture’s Digital Building Laboratory awards $148,850 in grants at members meeting

Researchers Receive $2 Million Grant to Develop Unique Origami-Shaped Antennas

Atlanta, GA

A research team has been awarded $2 million to develop a unique approach to extremely compact and efficient antennas.

Obama Taps Ga. Tech President for Manufacturing Steering Committee ‘2.0’

Atlanta, GA

Yesterday, President Barack Obama named Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson to the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Steering Committee 2.0.

Glass or Plastic? Container’s Properties Affect the Viscosity of Nanoscale Water

Atlanta, GA

At the nanoscale, the properties of containers holding liquids can affect their viscosity.

IRI Intros: 5 Questions with Bob McGrath

Atlanta, GA

Control Scheme Dynamically Maintains Unstable Quantum Systems

Atlanta, GA

Researchers have demonstrated a way to maintain an unstable quantum system by applying bursts of microwave radiation.

Georgia Tech Team Supports Open Architecture Software Standards for Military Avionics

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech researchers are helping the U.S. military change the way aircraft avionics are produced.