The database will help researchers explore questions about the causes and effects of power outages and how policy interventions can help strengthen grid resilience.
As Caitlin Clark becomes a household name, she elevates a question WNBA players, fans, and advocates have asked for decades: why is there such a significant pay disparity between men's and women's basketball? 
What can the history of telecom infrastructure teach us about AI?
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. 
Since the early days of the Institute, Georgia Tech students have explored aspects of the mind, brain, and behavior through psychology. To commemorate 100 years of psychology at Georgia Tech, we’re taking a deep dive into its storied history.
Rockefeller Foundation President Rajiv Shah joined Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera for a discussion about his book 'Big Bets,' and students’ pivotal role in finding solutions to global issues.
As innovation surrounding artificial intelligence continues, Georgia Tech experts offer their thoughts on the scope of the recent executive order and the challenges ahead in regulating AI.
As innovation surrounding artificial intelligence continues, Georgia Tech experts offer their thoughts on the scope of the recent executive order and the challenges ahead in regulating AI.
In Georgia Tech's new Voice + Research Lab, interdisciplinary researchers explore the voices' myriad roles in music, marketing, technology, culture, medicine, and more.
In the wake of the pandemic, the U.S. is changing its national security policy.