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Flu Vaccine Supply Gaps Can Intensify Flu Seasons, Make Pandemics Deadlier

U.S. flu vaccine distribution logistics could use an update, according to Pinar Keskinocak. The researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology co-led a recent study that compared the current approach with a proposed allocation method calculated to save many more lives in a pandemic or similarly intense influenza outbreak that taxes vaccine supplies.
Jan 17 2019

Yee Receives Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award

Assistant professor Shannon Yee has received an Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award for his research project entitled “Switchable Organic Thermal Elements.” 
Jan 10 2019

2019 Bernard M. Gordon Prize Awarded to Georgia Tech and Emory University Educators

The National Academy of Engineering recognizes pioneering engineering education
Jan 10 2019

Accenture Security to Invest $500,000 in Georgia Tech’s Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity Degree Program

Accenture teams with world-renowned academic institution to prepare, grow and sustain a skilled cybersecurity workforce
Dec 20 2018

A Conductor in Your Pocket

 Music Trainer Crescendo Helps One Million Musicians 
Dec 6 2018

Happy Holidays from the College

From all of us at the College of Engineering, Happy Holidays and warm wishes for 2018! 
Dec 5 2018

Health and Healing as Focus for 2018 Fall Capstone Expo

Medical technology key focus for Capstone this year
Dec 5 2018

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