Georgia Tech experts examine how the Atlanta region can prepare for the projected addition of nearly 2 million residents by 2050.
Georgia Tech Staff Council seeks nominations and applications for new members. Nominations for elected members and committee members will be accepted from April 15 until April 26.
Even minor cyberattacks can cause a fearful reaction from the public.
What can the history of telecom infrastructure teach us about AI?
A new study from Georgia Tech's School of Economics is the first to tie high levels of social media exposure to increased visitors to the U.S. National Parks — and the increased crowding and ecological damage they bring with them. 
The study examines the causes of energy burden among Black residents in Georgia.
Joycelyn Wilson, assistant professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, says the release of 'Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told' continues to raise the profile of Atlanta’s role in hip-hop overall, not just in the South.
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. 
New joint research from the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Brookings Institution is some of the first to expose the disaster impact on rental housing markets.
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts experts assess the state of the Ukraine war on its second anniversary.