The database will help researchers explore questions about the causes and effects of power outages and how policy interventions can help strengthen grid resilience.
Researchers in the School of Economics hope the tool they're developing can help policymakers and community organizations implement more timely and targeted interventions to alleviate hunger on the continent.
A team of Georgia Tech and MIT researchers found that discarded brewer’s yeast, when encased in hydrogel capsules, becomes a viable and inexpensive method for purifying contaminated water.
Schmidt Sciences has selected Kai Wang as one of 19 researchers to receive this year’s AI2050 Early Career Fellowship. In doing so, Wang becomes the first AI2050 fellow to represent Georgia Tech.
Georgia Tech researcher investigates how rainfall will change as Earth’s atmosphere heats up.
Stroud joins nine newly appointed Fellows and ten ESA Early Career Fellows, elected for "advancing the science of ecology and showing promise for continuing contributions" in the field.
Researchers at Georgia Tech have teamed up with NASA and five peer institutions to teach dog-like robots to navigate craters of the Moon and other challenging planetary surfaces.
A new study from Georgia Tech's School of Economics is the first to tie high levels of social media exposure to increased visitors to the U.S. National Parks — and the increased crowding and ecological damage they bring with them. 
Energy materials facilitate the conversion or transmission of energy. They also play an essential role in how we store energy, reduce power consumption, and develop cleaner, efficient energy solutions.
Rockefeller Foundation President Rajiv Shah joined Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera for a discussion about his book 'Big Bets,' and students’ pivotal role in finding solutions to global issues.