An artisan from Trinidad and Tobago uses traditional skills to build an intricate wire frame that will support a large, elaborate Carnival costume. 
New Computing Approach May Save At-Risk Carnival Costume Making Tradition

Costumes in the annual Trinidad and Tobago Carnival often inspire awe because of their extravagance,...

Do Electric Scooters Reduce Car Use?

Banning scooters may reduce sidewalk congestion and keep would-be riders and pedestrians safer, but ...

Credit: Dept. of Energy
Student Team Wins Department of Energy EcoCAR Mobility Challenge

A team of Georgia Tech students and faculty members has won the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Ec...

Joe Bozeman
A Framework for Equity in Energy and Environmental Engineering

Joe Bozeman has created a framework to help his peers utilize more equitable data in their energy an...

Perry Yang with Tokyo Smart City designs, in the Eco Urban Lab
Georgia Tech Plans Tokyo Redesign Using Social Data – Including Tweets

Students use big data and machine learning for neighborhood proposals.

Michael Thomas, John Taylor, and Neda Mohammadi
The Link Between Transit Use and Early Covid Cases

A new study looks at the link between America’s mass transit use and Covid-19 cases at the beginning...

Richard Sargent will begin his new role as senior director of IT Support Services with the Administrative Services Center April 4.
New Sargent in Town at Administrative Services Center

Richard Sargent, former senior manager of Office of Information Technology Infrastructure Operations...

A squint is an example of a facial gesture that MagTrack can detect and issue a discrete command to control a connected device.
MagTrack Technology Opens Doors for Independent Operation of Smartphones, Computers, and Other Devices for Wheelchair Users

Clinical work begins with MagTrack, a cutting-edge assistive technology that enables power wheelchai...

Sundaresan Jayaraman, professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering
National Academies Report Outlines Road Map to Protect Nation’s Respiratory Health

Professor Sundaresan Jayaraman is among a small group of national experts that has authored a new NA...

The AAAS Fellowship Rosette symbolizes the honor that AAAS bestows upon its members whose efforts on behalf of the advancement of science or its applications in service to society have distinguished them among their peers.
Cobb, Jo, Sa de Melo Honored as Lifetime AAAS Fellows

Kim M. Cobb, Hanjoong Jo, and Carlos A. R. Sa de Melo are among AAAS scientists, engineers, and inno...