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Abigal Neuman - Great Cycle Challenge
This month, one Georgia Tech student is taking her personal story and turning it into a way to support research for childhood cancer.
Yellow Jackets
Georgia Tech researchers are studying the highly social behavior of yellow jackets.
Field-mediated locomotor dynamics on highly deformable surfaces
Physicists are using small wheeled robots to better understand indirect mechanical interactions, how they play a role in active matter, and how we can control them. Their findings are recently published in the The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
Classroom Air Sensor
Georgia Tech researchers have identified that in-situ measurements of either carbon dioxide (CO2) or particulate matter (PM) by low-cost sensors can be used to perform such calculations in classrooms.
A rehearsal for "The Mold That Changed the World" musical. (Photo Charades Theater Company).
A touring musical celebrating the man who gave us penicillin is inviting local scientists to join the chorus for its Atlanta shows — and School of Biological Sciences Associate Professor Brian Hammer is ready for showtime.   
Integrating the study of human behavior with computational data-driven models. (Georgia Tech graphic)
One lesson learned from the Covid-19 pandemic is that human behavior is a difficult variable to consider when predicting and preventing disease outbreaks. This challenge is magnified even more considering how different scientific fields conduct, interpret, and present research.
Tech Tower
Graduate students from each of the six College of Sciences schools have received 2022-2023 Herbert P. Haley Fellowships to expand their research — and connect with fellow scientists and mathematicians at conferences and events.  


Aug to Dec
01 to 09
Art and research exhibition showcasing photography, paintings, creative writing, and research papers, related to the theme: SDG 5, Gender Equality.
Honoring the namesake for Georgia Tech's newly renovated student center
How teaching arts and geometry empowers a holistic experience in the classroom that positively change how students observe and engage with the world around them.
Featuring Steven Johnson, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Physics, MIT