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How an Elephant’s Trunk Manipulates Air to Eat and Drink

Animal’s “Swiss Army Knife” could help build better robots
Jun 1 2021
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Using Ultrasound-Mediated Thermal Stress and Thermosensitive Drugs to Treat Brain Tumors

A multi-institutional team of researchers, led by Costas Arvanitis at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, has come up with a new way to treat these aggressive tumors.
May 27 2021
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New Master of Science in Urban Analytics to Launch in the Fall

Georgia Tech is launching a new interdisciplinary degree this fall: the Master of Science in Urban Analytics (MSUA). The School of City and Regional Planning will administer the degree in partnership with the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE), the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), and the School of Interactive Computing (IC).
May 25 2021
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Early Feasibility Study Shows Flickering Lights and Sound Could Be New Weapon Against Alzheimer’s

Safety, tolerance, adherence get high scores in first human trial
May 25 2021
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Team Shoot for the Moon Does Just That

NASA’s Breakthrough, Innovative, and Game-changing (BIG) Idea Challenge has awarded nearly $1M to Georgia Tech and six other universities to develop innovative solutions to mitigating lunar dust.
May 24 2021
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Zhu Lab Explains the Inhibitory Role of World’s Most Famous Molecule

New research teases apart the mechanisms behind the checkpoint protein PD-1
May 24 2021
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Gleason Turns Tragedy into a Passion for Global Health

Associate Professor Rudy Gleason wins Georgia Tech’s Denning Award for work on health disparities in sub-Saharan Africa
May 24 2021
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Sarah Canastra Tackles Sustainability through Data Science and Public Policy

Second-year ISyE student Sarah Canastra finished first at the U.S. Department of Energy's JUMP into STEM online competition along with her computer science teammates Hunter Hancock and Lucas Kiefer. The interdisciplinary team won the Grid Interactive Efficient Buildings challenge by designing an algorithm for smart water heaters . 
May 24 2021
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AlRegib Appointed as John and Marilu McCarty Chair of Electrical Engineering

Ghassan AlRegib has been appointed as the John and Marilu McCarty Chair of Electrical Engineering, effective April 1, 2021.
May 21 2021