This fall, the Institute will launch a foundational, interdisciplinary program to lead in research related to neuroscience, neurotechnology, and society.

Brendan Saltaformaggio leads a $10M DARPA-funded effort to update critical defense software.

Newly announced AI Hub at Georgia Tech will unite AI entities across campus, enabling the Institute to align on goals to become an international thought leader in AI.

Five faculty members will help grow the College of Engineering’s work in high-impact cyber-physical systems security as new Cybersecurity Fellows.

A new study shows the extent of the challenge faced by the upstate New York distribution grid during Super Storm Sandy.

Researchers have developed a new capacitor dielectric material that provides an electrical energy storage capacity rivaling certain batteries.

Georgia Tech has been awarded $1.7 million to help detect cyber attacks on utility companies.

Georgia Tech was one of the first nodes in the NSF's I-Corps program, which helps faculty members commercialize research discoveries.

Making the power grid smarter will allow integration of renewable power sources, and improve reliability.

A research collaboration has demonstrated the world's fastest silicon-based device to date.

InVenture encourages and supports students' interest in invention, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Georgia Tech researchers have published a "roadmap" that details techniques that could make it possible to build a practical neuromorphic computer to mimic human cognition.

With the help of a smart tablet and Angry Birds, end users can now program a robot to learn new tasks.

Students will spend four years redesigning the Chevrolet Camaro into a hybrid car.

Oliver Brand has been named executive director of the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology, one of nine interdisciplinary research institutes at Georgia Tech.

Researchers have developed a new search algorithm that improves a robot’s ability to find and navigate to tagged objects

Researchers have developed a novel method for improving silicon-based sensors used to detect biochemicals and other molecules in liquids.

Georgia Tech has launched a redesigned Research Horizons magazine, along with a new website and digital e-zine.

Robots are teaming up with humans to perform tasks in manufacturing, health care, national defense and other areas.

Micro-electromechanial systems offer new ways to detect sound, motion, position, force and other variables.

Improving energy storage and conversion will expand use of renewables

System allows human to control robots with finger and beams of light.

Researchers have realized one of the long-standing theoretical predictions in nonlinear optical metamaterials: creation of a nonlinear material that has opposite refractive indices at the fundamental and harmonic frequencies of light.

Students in Data Science for Social Good show non-profits and government agencies how data can tackle social and societal problems.

Georgia Tech innovations are making unmanned aircraft, boats and submersibles smarter and more capable.

Researchers are putting liquid cooling right where it’s needed the most – a few hundred microns away from where the transistors are operating.

Startup Summer is part of CREATE-X, a newly launched initiative to enhance and support entrepreneurship programs for undergraduate students.

Georgia Tech identified least-cost clean power pathways that would lower household electricity bills and reduce carbon pollution.

Researchers are investigating the sources of information “leaks” that could provide information to hackers about what computers and cellphones are doing.

A first-of-its-kind robotic vehicle recently dove to depths never before visited under Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf and brought back video of life on the seafloor.

In honor of National Robotics Week, we've put together a list of seven cool things robots can do (or will be able to do in the near future).

Researchers have developed a novel cellular sensing platform for next-generation bioscience and biotech applications.

The 2016 InVenture Prize winners will use an NSF award to conduct additional research and development on a system to protect first responders.

Two current College of Engineering faculty members and an adjunct professor (and former dean) have been named to the National Academy of Engineering.

Attackers are tricking computer users with URLs that are similar to those of real companies.

The growing visibility of researchers interested in astrobiology is helping Georgia Tech emerge as a powerhouse in the field.

A new technique allows gallium nitride gas sensors to be grown on a standard substrate and then transferred to a different support.

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has awarded a $27 million grant to develop new methods of creating robot teams.

Scientists have long used eclipses to learn more about the sun and the Earth.

Analyzing network traffic going to suspicious domains could give security administrators earlier warning of malware infections.