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Hidden Georgia Tech: The Paper Museum
The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking is home to the largest collection of paper and paper-related artifacts in the world. It began in 1939 and was originally located at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Another Eclipse On the Horizon for Stargazers
James Sowell, director of the Georgia Tech Observatory, has good and bad news for those wanting to watch Wednesday’s total lunar eclipse.
A Note from the President
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson shares a belated note to start the Spring semester, including updates on the Path Forward initiative.
First Cohort Completes Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program
Projects from the 20 students, faculty, and staff included podcast stories, blogs, icebreakers, online training modules, panel discussions, and circus arts performances.
Chick-fil-A Opens Innovation Center in Historic Biltmore
Chick-fil-A invented the chicken sandwich. Now, the company is continuing to innovate through a new center in Tech Square.
A Startup for Every Student
Four years since its inception, CREATE-X has grown to include more than 2,000 student participants and 75 faculty mentors.
Rough Flu Season Sees Increase in Sickness
The Technique talks with Stamps Health Services about how to prevent getting sick during an active flu season.
ATDC Companies Raise $130M in 2017
The activity, which includes seed and series A funding, is a jump of more than 140 percent from 2016.
New Study Abroad Program Goes to Panama
The seven-week program is open to students from all majors and will work with the Georgia Tech Logistics Innovation and Research Center.
Search Begins for Executive Vice President for Research
Faculty, staff, and students can learn about the search and provide input during a campuswide town hall on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
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