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After the Ice Melts
People may have stopped pouring water on their heads for ALS, but Cassie Mitchell, researcher in biomedical engineering, is still working toward a cure.
Campaign Georgia Tech Surpasses Initial Goal of $1.5B
With six months left, the Campaign will continue to work toward meeting its individual goals through the end of December.
It's Hard to Say I'm Sorry: How to Make a (Proper) Public Apology
What's the right way to apologize and make it stick? Georgia Tech faculty offer some advice.
The Man Behind Atlanta’s BeltLine: ‘It’s Been Amazing’
Alumnus Ryan Gravel talks with WABE about watching his Georgia Tech master's thesis become a reality.
Tech Researcher Helps Create Device to Study Cancer
11Alive interviews Fatih Sarioglu, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering, about a new device he is testing with patients at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Walmart Closing Store in Technology Square
After nearly two years in operation, Walmart will close its location on campus on July 3.
What Happens When Target Comes to Town?
Patricia Mokhtarian, professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering, looks at how the addition of a big box store reduced carbon emissions in Davis, California.
More Than a Hair-Brained Idea
Candace Mitchell, a computer science alumna, founded a company that uses science and technology to improve the hair-care experience for women of color.
Can You Slow Down Your Brain While Dining?
Hawkmoths can. The New York Times highlights new research from Georgia Tech's Simon Sponberg, assistant professor in the School of Physics.
President Traverses Georgia on Annual Tour
President G.P. “Bud” Peterson began his seventh annual tour of the state of Georgia yesterday. The four-day jaunt will cover 650 miles, 30 counties, and 13 cities and towns.
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