Qcells, a solar power company, plans to build a $2.3 billion manufacturing complex just north of Atlanta in Cartersville to not only make state-of-the-art components for solar panels, but also to build complete panels used in a variety of settings, from houses to large-scale commercial and industrial solar arrays.
$2.3B Qcells Solar Power Investment Holds Major Potential for Georgia

Georgia Tech experts are at the forefront of technology and research that could revamp clean energy ...

Energy Dept Invests $100M in Gleb Yushin’s EV Battery Startup

The company is ramping up production on anode technology Yushin developed at Georgia Tech. ...

A strip of flexible, transparent, and highly conductive plastic film called PEDOT(OH) created by Georgia Tech chemists and engineers. (Photos Courtesy: James Ponder)
Going Back to Basics Yields a Printable, Transparent Plastic That’s Highly Conductive

Chemists and engineers collaborate on process that washes away nonconductive side chains from a robu...

Incoming First-Year Student is First Author of Published Paper

Recent high school graduate Rohan Datta published his Georgia Tech research in the Journal of Chemic...

Genaro Soto Valle, Manos Tentzeris, Kexin Hu, and Yepu Cui with the fabricated proof-of-concept tile arrays and inkjet-printed tile arrays.
The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Could be Built Tile by Tile

Manos Tentzeris and his team of Georgia Tech researchers flex their novel 5G+‐enabled massively scal...

$40 Million NASA Award to Increase Rotorcraft Vertical Lift Technology at Georgia Tech

A new NASA award gives Georgia Tech easier and faster access to funds for supporting advances in rot...

A conformal deformation of the Kagome Metamaterial gives an example of the dramatic possibilities.
Researchers Develop Methodology for Streamlined Control of Material Deformation

Researchers demonstrate that new physical theories provide precise predictions of the deformations o...