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Study Shows Electronic Air Cleaning Technology Can Generate Unintended Pollutants

The benefits to indoor air quality of one type of purifying system can be offset by the generation of other pollutants
Jul 15 2021
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The Search for Lunar Ice

A new agreement with NASA puts Georgia Tech on a mission to find water on the Moon
Jul 15 2021
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Larry Heck Appointed as Georgia Tech’s Rhesa “Ray” S. Farmer Chair and Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar

Larry Heck will join the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) on August 15 as a Professor, Rhesa “Ray” S. Farmer Chair and a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar.
Jul 14 2021
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InQuBATE Training Program Integrates Modeling and Data Science for Bioscience PhD Students

The NIH-funded program is designed to train a new generation of biomedical researchers and thought leaders to harness the data revolution.
Jul 12 2021
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Using Advanced 3D Printing, Undergrad Designs Adjustable Golf Putter

The project’s goal is to allow golfers to adjust parts of their club to find a better stroke rather than having to buy a new club.
Jul 12 2021
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Pat Tillman Foundation Honors ME Student as Tillman Scholar

Woodruff School Ph.D. student Bryan Watson is one of the 60 U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses chosen as a 2021 Tillman Scholar.
Jul 9 2021

Investing in America’s Infrastructure

Experts from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering share their perspectives on what should be prioritized as federal lawmakers announce a $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework.  
Jul 2 2021
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Susan Margulies Appointed to Lead NSF Engineering Directorate

Margulies is the first biomedical engineer to head the directorate, which supports fundamental research and enhances the nation’s innovation through a range of initiatives. 
Jul 1 2021

A Year, Alone, In the Trees

SlothBot, a robot that monitors pollution, temperature and other environmental conditions, survives for 13 months in the tree canopy of the Atlanta Botanical Garden. 
Jul 1 2021
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Researchers Create Covid-19 Vaccine Dashboard to Display Rates by Race and County

The U.S. continues to see Covid-19 vaccinations gradually increasing nationwide, with nearly 66% of all adults now having at least one vaccine dose according to CDC’s COVID Data Tracker, yet disparities have been noted in vaccination rates across races and geographic areas.
Jun 28 2021