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New Podcast Explores 'The Uncommon Engineer'
Dean of Engineering Steve McLaughlin hosts the show, which introduces the world of engineering and exciting and unexpected areas of research within the College
Documents Released Regarding Conflicts of Interest, Ethics
Documents released Thursday provide details on recent administrative changes and campus messages from President G.P. "Bud" Peterson.
Renovations Complete for Football Locker Room
With football season just over a month away, Tech's football team got to see their newly-renovated locker room and recovery space for the first time this week.
MBID Graduate Pursuing New Flight Path
Ignacio Montoya once wanted to be a pilot. After a life-changing accident, he's pursuing a new dream of assisting spinal cord injury patients. He graduates this week from Tech's Master of Biomedical Innovation and Development (MBID) Program.
Andrew Young to Receive Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage
The civil rights leader, ambassador, and two-term Atlanta mayor will be honored on campus this fall.
Experience the Robot Improv Circus
The Expressive Machinery Lab presents a preview this week of the Robot Improv Circus, where participants collaborate with a robotic virtual stage partner to play the Props Game.
Why Are There Traffic Jams for No Apparent Reason?
Jorge Laval, associate professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, explains phantom traffic jams to 11Alive News.
Converting Classic Cars into Electric Vehicles
Ben Horst talks about how his company, Eddy Motorworks, converts the cars using batteries and motor systems based on a Tesla Model S. The company is part of CREATE-X.
As We Get Parched, Cognition Can Sputter
Just two hours of vigorous yard work in the summer sun without drinking fluids could be enough to blunt concentration, according to a new Georgia Tech study on dehydration.
Student-Developed App Helps Fight Human Trafficking
The app could drastically reduce human trafficking through airlines by giving flight attendants tools to pinpoint threats and tip off authorities.
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