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ChBE, MSE Seniors Building A Business Around Phone Battery Saving Technology
Students are prototyping a power adapter that optimizes overnight phone charging to protect battery life.
Partnership with DOD’s Microelectronics Workforce Development Program Expands
The nearly $11M extension aims to restore microelectronics global leadership to the U.S. through education initiatives.
Woodruff School's Fraticelli-Guzmán Wins 2022 Diversity Champion Award
Fourth-year bioengineering Ph.D. student has been president of the Latino Organization of Graduate Students (LOGRAS) and a Leadership Education and Development program fellow.
MARTA and Georgia Tech Give Passengers a ‘First-Mile, Last-Mile’ Solution with Ride-Share Pilot
MARTA will use data from the program as the agency redesigns its bus network and considers whether to extend the pilot or make the service permanent.
Laurie Garrow Featured as Moderator at 2022 U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Aerospace Summit
Garrow led a discussion on how technology is improving the airline passenger experience.
Devesh Ranjan Chosen as Fellow for Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership
Mechanical engineering chair will help envision new ways to engage with minority serving institutions.
Researchers Develop Painless Tattoos That Can Be Self-Administered
Microneedle tattoo patches could increase access to medical tattoos that cover up scars, guide cancer treatment, or serve as alerts for serious conditions.
New Fellowship Aims to Translate Scientific Discoveries in Health, Environment into Community-Facing Solutions
Four engineering Ph.D. students among fellows focused on science for the public good.
Georgia Tech-Emory Collaboration on Cancer Disparity in African Americans Gets NIH Boost
Researchers will study how race-specific differences in the tumor microenvironment affect lymphoma outcomes for African American patients.
To the Moon, Back, and Beyond
Georgia Tech experts discuss why we are returning to the lunar surface, what we might find there, what it might mean for international politics, and why the moon matters for the future of space exploration.
ME Launches Women of Woodruff Initiative to Ensure Women Thrive
The program will create a support structure to recruit, retain, and reward women in the Woodruff School as part of efforts to boost the number of women graduates in mechanical engineering.