Human Arm Sensors Make Robot Smarter

Atlanta, GA

Using arm sensors that can “read” a person’s muscle movements, researchers have created a control system that makes robots more intelligent.

New Solar Car Concept Shines at Electronics, Cars Shows

Atlanta, GA

Ford Motor Company, in collaboration with Georgia Tech, debuted a new solar car concept earlier this month at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas.

Georgia Tech Launches World's First Massive Online Degree Program

Atlanta, GA

Nearly 375 students are enrolled in the new online Master of Science in Computer Science program.

Department of Energy Awards Contract to Detect Cyber Attacks on Utilities

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech has been awarded $1.7 million to help detect cyber attacks on utility companies.

New Study Brings Scientists Closer to the Origin of RNA

Atlanta, GA

New research shows one way that a molecule leading to RNA might have first formed.

GT Computing Adds to Spirit of Giving with 2013 Holiday Gift Guide

Atlanta, GA

The College of Computing makes holiday shopping for that computing aficionado in the family that much easier with the third annual edition of its Holiday Gift Guide.

Graphene-Based Nano-Antennas May Enable Networks of Tiny Machines

Atlanta, GA

Graphene antennas may open the possibility for networks of nanometer-scale machines.

Harvesting Electricity: Triboelectric Generators Capture Wasted Power

Atlanta, GA

Researchers are developing a family of generators that provide power by harnessing the triboelectric effect.

GTRC Introduces Contract Continuum

Atlanta, GA

Research. It’s what’s at the heart of Georgia Tech, and the Georgia Tech Research Corporation (GTRC) sustains that heartbeat by serving as the contracting entity for the Institute’s externally funded research projects.

Online Master’s Program Admits 400

Atlanta, GA

More than 400 applicants will be admitted to the first cohort of the College of Computing’s massive online offering of its Master of Science in Computer Science, according to the college’s Office of Academic Administration.