If We Could Walk Like The Animals: Scientists and Engineers to Host Biomechanics Day at Zoo Atlanta
On Saturday, March 11, scientists and engineers will share their biomechanics work with snakes, elephants, monkeys, flamingos, and other wildlife as part of the "Animals in Motion: Biomechanics Day at Zoo Atlanta" during the 2023 Atlanta Science Festival.
Georgia Tech Students, Faculty, and Staff Bring STEAM to Atlanta During the Atlanta Science Festival
For STEAM enthusiasts across Atlanta, the month of March is a highlight of the year for one big reason: the Atlanta Science Festival. We spoke with some of the event organizers and presenters to get a sneak peek at what this year's festival will have to offer.
SDG Week Highlights Sustainable Development Goals
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.
Seeking Demonstration Groups for Science and Engineering Day
On Saturday, March 11, Georgia Tech will open its doors to the community for Science and Engineering Day at Georgia Tech.
Law, Science, and Technology Program Launches Pre-Law Information Portal
The portal provides information on how to apply for law school.
At the Edge of Graphene-Based Electronics
Regents’ Professor Walter de Heer has taken a critical step in the case for a successor to silicon, working with collaborators to develop a new nanoelectronics platform based on graphene — a single sheet of carbon atoms. The technology is compatible with conventional microelectronics manufacturing, and the new research, published in Nature Communications, shows the team may have also discovered a new quasiparticle.
Healing Breath: Researchers Dramatically Improve Inhalable mRNA Therapy
Messenger RNA, or mRNA, has been used to immunize millions of people in just the past few years. Among the most likely targets for future mRNA therapies are the lungs, given the large number of pulmonary diseases, such as the coronavirus, influenza, asthma, cystic fibrosis, and others. Now, a team of multi-disciplinary investigators from five universities, led by Georgia Tech faculty researchers, has provided a potential path toward that future.
To the Moon, Back, and Beyond
The Artemis I rocket launch is a major step in NASA's return to Earth's moon. Hear from seven Georgia Tech experts — including Thom Orlando, Feryal Özel, and Frances Rivera-Hernández — on why we're going and what we might find, the science and politics of space, and predictions on the broader future of space exploration.
Eyes on the Sky: How to Watch Tuesday's Total Lunar Eclipse
The campus observatory at the Howey Physics Building will open at 4 a.m. where the Aloha Telescope in Maui, Hawaii, will livestream a clear view of every stage of the eclipse, from 4 to 8 a.m. on the Georgia Tech Observatory YouTube channel.
Enjoying Halloween on Campus
Halloween at Georgia Tech includes a bit of everything — fossils, ballroom dancing, costume contests, and pumpkins falling from the top of the Howey Physics Building.