For the first time, scientists have detected a gravitational wave from the collision of two neutron stars. The discovery ushers in a new era of astrophysics, one that allows scientists to see and hear the universe like never before.
The Need for Speed: Georgia Tech's Racing Roots Part 2
In the decades following World War II, as cars became an American obsession and racing grew ever more popular, countless Tech students, alumni, and faculty continued to gravitate to all things automotive.
Major corporations are moving to Atlanta, startups continue to flock to Tech Square, and highly qualified talent remains abundant. Atlanta's tech-focused job market is booming, and the future is looking bright.
Professor Ian Bogost is a regular contributor to The Atlantic. His latest piece is about Houston's floodwaters. Bogost discusses the importance of stormwater management. The problem during floods, he says, isn't that too much water comes into a city. It's that the "pavement of...