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CEE Researchers Awarded $2.1 Million Grant to Ensure Cleaner, Safer Drinking Water
Ameet Pinto will lead the effort to quantify waterborne pathogens and disinfection byproducts in drinking water storage and distribution systems.
BME Researchers Lead $24M Project Using mRNA to ‘Turn On’ Helpful Immune Responses
Philip Santangelo wants to build a toolbox of mRNA drugs to activate or shut off specific genes to help the immune system fight cancer and other disorders.
Woodruff School Grad Student Receives Sandia Lab's Truman Fellowship
Matthew Barry will use the three years of support and Sandia's facilities to continue his work developing new, practically useful materials for national defense applications.
GridTrust Helps Protect the Nation's Electric Utilities from Cyber Threats
A new technology that relies on the unique digital fingerprint of individual semiconductor chips could help protect electric grids from malicious cyber attacks.
USG Honors 6 Engineers as Regents’ Innovators, Entrepreneurs, Researchers, Professors
The titles are the highest distinction granted by the Board of Regents to honor contributions in research and innovation.
3 New NSF Projects Will Use Biological Principles to Address Societal Challenges
ChBE researchers will lead three of 12 projects awarded under "rules of life" grant program, working to boost crop production, secure synthetic biology, and develop "protocells” for sensing.
Energy Dept Invests $11.6M in Georgia Tech-led Chemistry Center of Excellence
ChBE, ME researchers will collaborate with chemists to answer lingering questions about chemical bonding and train the next generation of nuclear scientists and engineers.
Engineering the Future: Forty Under Forty
The Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s Class of 2023 Forty Under Forty includes 25 engineering alumni. They work for NASA, develop lifesaving medical technologies, lead companies they founded, and more.
Aluminum Materials Show Promising Performance for Safer, Cheaper, More Powerful Batteries
Abandoned long ago, researchers are reviving the idea of using aluminum foil in batteries by capitalizing on new solid-state battery technology.
Algorithm Learns Chemical Language to Accelerate Polymer Research
MSE researchers developed a machine learning model to cut down on the time-consuming effort to identify new combinations of materials that could be effective polymers.
Christopher Saldaña Appointed Director of Energy Dept Advanced Manufacturing, Materials Office
ME associate professor will help lead the nation's efforts to transform materials and manufacturing for a clean energy future.