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
A new study from the School of Public Policy finds that federal housing policies accelerate energy efficiency participation among low and moderate-income households — even when those policies don’t directly address energy efficiency. 
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Georgia AIM selected to highlight the importance of community-based work in achieving equity.
CHIPS4CHIPS strategy, Georgia Tech collaboration, prove successful
New research by School of Economics Associate Professor Shatakshee Dhongde combines multidimensional inequality measurements to better understand disparity in the United States.
Georgia Tech and Hyundai leaders gathered Tuesday to celebrate the newly forged partnership that will create innovative solutions to advance sustainable mobility, the hydrogen economy, and workforce development.
Georgia Tech faculty members are working with manufacturers in Georgia to solve problems and introduce innovations that help ensure manufacturing stays strong and advances in the state.
Georgia Tech’s economic impact surged to $4.5 billion in fiscal year 2022, leading the way among University System of Georgia member institutions.