Olympics Continue Athletic Compensation Conversation, Georgia Tech Expert Says

For the first time, gold medalists at the Olympics will be paid by an international federation. A Georgia Tech expert discusses the significance of the change.

How the Paris Olympic Track Is Designed to Break Records

Like the track laid down at Georgia Tech before the 1996 Olympic Games, the Mondo track in Paris was engineered to produce fast times.

Tech Researchers Embark on Disability in STEM Study

Cassie Mitchell and Robert Quinn are examining the factors that affect the inclusion of people with disabilities in STEM fields, aiming to understand the challenges they face with the ultimate goal of improving accessibility and financial independence for

Will the Seine River’s E. coli Woes Sink Olympic Dreams in Paris?

Time is winding down on Olympic organizers’ plans to stage open-water swimming events in Paris’ iconic Seine River later this month.

Nunn School's Kosal Helps Lead National Academies Consensus Report on Chemical Terrorism

Associate Professor Margaret E. Kosal helped lead the National Academies committee study on chemical terrorism.

Stay Cool: Top Fabrics to Wear to Survive the Summer Heat

Smart textiles expert and Professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering shares insight into the best fabrics to wear in the Summer

Constellations Leading Initiative to Equip High School Students With Vital Computing Skills

Atlanta Metro Schools working with Constellations Center for Equity in Computing to increase AI literacy.

VIP Tackles Grid Resilience with Real-Time Power Outage Tracker

The database will help researchers explore questions about the causes and effects of power outages and how policy interventions can help strengthen grid resilience.

Researchers Create Winning Strategy to Combat Vaccine Misinformation on X

New analysis from Georgia Tech indicates that a phenomenon known as social correction may help to counter false and misleading onloine claims.

AI4GA Lays Groundwork for NSF-funded Nationwide K-12 AI Curriculum

Working on a multi-institutional team of investigators, Georgia Tech researchers have helped the state of Georgia become the epicenter for developing K-12 AI educational curriculum nationwide.