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Georgia Tech’s Economic Development Research Program Selects City of Woodbury for Revitalization Initiative
The Economic Development Research Program (EDRP) at the Georgia Institute of Technology is working with Woodbury, a community in West Georgia’s Meriwether County, under an agreement to help a coalition of civic and business leaders develop a strategic assessment plan to guide the city’s economic development efforts.
Large-area Flexible Organic Photodiodes Can Compete With Silicon Devices
Organic photodiodes can be much larger than their silicon counterparts. On the left is a silicon photodiode compared to two large-area organic photodiodes.
Georgia Tech Leads Team Effort to Reduce Georgia’s Carbon Footprint
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology are leading a first-in-the-nation effort to identify solutions to help reduce Georgia’s carbon footprint in economically justifiable ways.
Expediting Drug Discovery: Sherrill Group Creates First Pure Machine Learning Model for Intermolecular Interactions
The genetic material inside a virus is surrounded by a protein-based covering called a capsid. Searches for therapeutic treatments and vaccines are now focusing on proteins like capsids that drugs could attack, and a highly read study from a Georgia Tech research group is offering expertise to aid in efforts like these.
GT and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have entered into a formal agreement to bolster the interactions, collaborations, and joint scientific output of both institutions.
The Georgia Institute of Technology and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have entered into a formal agreement to bolster the interactions, collaborations, and joint scientific output of both institutions.
Smart Sea Level Sensors in Chatham County, Georgia
The Smart Sea Level Sensors project is a partnership between Chatham Emergency Management Agency officials, City of Savannah officials, and Georgia Tech scientists and engineers, who are working together to install a network of internet-enabled sea level sensors across Chatham County. The real-time data on coastal flooding will be used for emergency planning and response.