President Ángel Cabrera will highlight recent Institute achievements, convey his vision and goals for the upcoming academic year, and answer audience questions Thursday at 11 a.m. The event will take place in Clough Commons and be streamed online.
Computational Neuroscience Digging Deep at Georgia Tech
The human brain, composed of about 86 billion neurons, is a reliable, durable, complex, and cryptic biological supercomputer. Georgia Tech researchers are decrypting the neuronal chatter, which may hold the key to better treatments for disease and addiction, advanced robotics and artificial intelligence, and global energy efficiency.
In alignment with the Institute’s strategic plan, Research Next positions Georgia Tech to respond to future challenges with innovation, expertise, creativity, and a dedication to improving the human condition.
Earlier this year, Georgia Tech hosted a rededication of the Tyler Brown Pi Mile, a treasured running path that provides students with a safe route to jog through Tech’s scenic campus. The route has been improved to better fit the campus as it has evolved over the past 17 years.
Sustainable Covid-19 Response Helps Keep Community Safe
As part of Georgia Tech’s continued monitoring of the overall health of the campus community, we have transitioned from individual surveillance testing to wastewater surveillance testing. Georgia Tech has created new dashboards to track and report the status of wastewater testing as well as symptomatic positives (students only) from Stamps Health Services.