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.

Creative Destruction: Williams Lab Probes the Evolution of Proteins

Georgia Tech researchers apply an economics theory to study the building blocks of biological evolution

SDG Week Highlights Sustainable Development Goals

Atlanta, GA

The campus community is invited to participate in a variety of events that increase awareness of and encourage actions that advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Super-fast Insect Urination Powered by the Physics of Superpropulsion

Atlanta, GA

Tiny insects known as sharpshooters excrete by catapulting urine drops at incredible accelerations. Their excretion is the first example of superpropulsion discovered in a biological system.

New Quantum State Discovered in Trimer-Honeycomb Material

Atlanta, GA

The transformation allows for a billion percent increase in the material’s conductivity and could lead to a new paradigm for quantum devices.

Artificial Intelligence Improves Outcomes of Heart Valve Patients

Atlanta, GA

DASI Simulations, uses AI and computer vision in its technology for personalized and more accurate heart valve replacement modeling.

Research Reveals Thermal Instability of Solar Cells but Offers a Bright Path Forward

Atlanta, GA

Their work reveals what goes wrong within the cells’ interface layers.

Researchers Pioneer Process to Stack Micro-LEDs

Metz, France

Georgia Tech-Europe and MIT researchers are using emerging technology to demonstrate a process that will enable more immersive and realistic virtual and augmented reality displays with the world’s smallest and thinnest micro-LEDs.