Georgia Tech's 11 interdisciplinary research institutes bring together scientists and engineers, students, and partner organizations who work together to find answers to society's most pressing challenges. Harnessing expertise across broad research areas, these institutes provide single points of contact for entities conducting research at Georgia Tech.
Interdisciplinary Research Institutes
E-Beam Atomic-scale 3-D ‘Sculpting’ Could Enable New Quantum Nanodevices
By varying the energy and dose of tightly focused electron beams, researchers have demonstrated the ability to both etch away and deposit high-resolution nanoscale patterns on two-dimensional layers of graphene oxide.
Georgia Tech, MIT Team Wins $1.5 Million NSF Grant
A team of researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have received a three-year, $1.5 million grant for their project entitled “SemiSynBio-II: A Hybrid Programmable Nano-Bioelectronic System.”
2020 IDEaS Data Science Awards Announced
IDEaS recently awarded a series of grants to stimulate the research efforts of Georgia Tech’s brightest minds in data science and related disciplines. Faculty and student research programs targeted for IDEaS awards must demonstrate research goals that will be highly cross-disciplinary and emphasize how data science can assist in related research areas.
Interactive Tool Helps People See Why Staying Home Matters During a Pandemic
Social distancing has become one of the most effective strategies in the battle to contain the spread of Covid-19, and a new interactive modeling tool can help people understand why it is so important to “flatten the curve.”
Specialized Cells or Multicellular Multitaskers? New Study Reshapes Early Economics and Ecology Behind Evolutionary Division of Labor
A new study led by Peter Yunker and Will Ratcliff probes the evolution of multicellular organisms and provides new insight into decades-old theories about early cell specialization and division of labor.
NASA Funds Exploration Into Making Rocket Fuel on Mars
Nick Kruyer, a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and former RBI fellow, is part of a multidisciplinary team exploring the renewable production of rocket fuel on Mars.