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Their work reveals what goes wrong within the cells’ interface layers.
Researchers investigate how trees have moved across geography over time, where they’re heading, and why it’s important.
The expanded undergraduate degree offerings are designed to continue Georgia Tech’s reputation for academic rigor — and also reflect trends in student interests, as well as current and forecasted needs in the job marketplace.
Inclusivity and understanding past policies and their effects on underserved and marginalized communities must be part of urban planning, design, and public policy efforts for cities.
Daniel Matisoff's book traces the curve of ecolabel adoption in the building market, revealing how it has transformed the economy and construction industry to achieve green market transformation.
New Direct Air Capture Center will leverage Georgia Tech’s leadership in a burgeoning field.
Georgia Tech strives to be a leader in climate action across the Institute’s operational, educational, research, and economic development missions.
A weather radar system purchased by the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Georgia could lead to improved weather forecasting in North Georgia – and provide expanded educational opportunities.
A small spacecraft assembled and tested at the Georgia Institute of Technology is on its way to the moon, where it will use lasers to search for surface water ice in lunar craters that are never warmed by light from the sun.
New research from the Georgia Institute of Technology uses machine learning models to better understand water’s phase changes, opening more avenues for a better theoretical understanding of various substances.