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Students in Data Science for Social Good show non-profits and government agencies how data can tackle social and societal problems.
Georgia Tech is known for a lot of things. But did you know that Georgia Tech is also becoming recognized for its thoughtful stewardship of its trees?
A growing interest in thermoelectric materials and pressure to improve cooling of microelectronic devices has produced new research on heat transfer.
Patricia Mokhtarian, professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering, looks at how the addition of a big box store reduced carbon emissions in Davis, California.
A smartphone app and related study for Atlanta bicyclists has won the first-ever Excellence in Innovation / Research of the Year Award from the Young Professionals in Transportation organization.
The GTPD Core Campus Team launched on June 11 as one of several changes borne out of an in-depth analysis of data related to calls for service.
Assistant professor Kari Watkins said Georgia needs the political will to invest in building bullet trains before the high-speed links will happen in the state. And that’s the hardest part.
Collaboration Expands University's World-class Research Capabilities in Energy and Other Technical Areas
Monica Halka, associate director for the Honors Program, talks about the experience.
Juan Moreno-Cruz and BBISS Director John Crittenden lead three-year study to understand how energy efficiency and supply impact regional economic and energy resilience


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