Georgia Tech researchers highlight the limitations of the "maternity care desert" measure in accurately representing access to obstetric care in Georgia, urging for more sophisticated, region-specific approaches to address the state's high maternal mortal
A Q&A with two Georgia Tech experts in civil and environmental engineering and city infrastructure analytics.
Improving mobile internet service by removing the data cap has large benefits for disadvantaged households.
Entrepreneurs are on campus to learn how to scale and develop viable ecosystems for startup success.
Melecio will focus on economic development for life sciences and biosciences.
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.
Program pairs U.S. academics and professionals with institutions abroad to share expertise, strengthen relations, hone skills, gain international experience, and learn about other cultures.
Buddy Carter visit focused on scope of innovation to address challenges
Georgia Tech experts examine how the Atlanta region can prepare for the projected addition of nearly 2 million residents by 2050.
Warner Robins, Woodstock, and Columbus, Georgia, recognized with smart community awards