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A national research university committed to improving the human condition through science & technology
A national research university committed to improving the human condition through science & technology

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Georgia Tech is ranked #9 on this list of the top research universities in America. -- http://c.gatech.edu/1fbkbSg
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Georgia Tech's freshman retention rate is now at an all-time high of 97.35%. That ranks us among the top 1% of colleges nationwide.

#highered #college #freshmen 
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Georgia Tech graduate Shane Kimbrough will launch into space tomorrow morning to become the next commander of the International Space Station. Two of the six Americans who will visit the Space Station this year are Georgia Tech graduates, and they will both have been commanders. All total, Georgia Tech has had 14 astronauts, the second most of any public university in America. -- http://c.gatech.edu/1eijWDT

#georgiatech #helluvaengineer #space #science #engineering #NASA
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This Georgia Tech professor is using #bigdata to find alternative uses for medicines already approved by the Food & Drug Administration. | http://c.gatech.edu/1dHepQh

#science #medicine #engineering #georgiatech #wecandothat
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Georgia Tech is using a squad of kudzu-munching sheep to help control the invasive plant on campus. The goal: eliminate the kudzu in an environmentally friendly way that avoids using harsh chemical sprays or fossil fuels. -- c.gatech.edu/1dSFv5m

#ecofriendly #sheep #science #kudzu #green #GeorgiaTech
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Researchers at Georgia Tech have come up with a new way to make tiny bottlebrush-like nanorods that could be used for everything from energy storage to cancer treatment. -- http://c.gatech.edu/1d0u3Fy

#Science #Engineering #STEM #energy #Cancer #Research 
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Researchers at Georgia Tech have made fabric that can generate electricity from the sun, wind, and simple motion to power devices like smart phones or GPS units.

The #HelluvaEngineers who made the fabric say they see it being integrated into tents, curtains, even clothing. -- http://c.gatech.edu/1crmHKt

#Science #Engineering #STEM #Research 
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Georgia Tech earns $9.4 million grant to develop a technique for monitoring side channel signals to detect malicious software on internet of things devices of all kinds. -- http://c.gatech.edu/1aPoYiM


#engineering #STEM #highered #internetofthings +DARPA 
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Researchers at the Georgia Tech have created an interactive matrix that explains how all the chemicals in the brain interact  – and it could be used to help fast-track research and treatment of schizophrenia. -- http://c.gatech.edu/2aUuxem

#GeorgiaTech #Science #mentalhealth #engineering #research +National Institutes of Health (NIH) +National Science Foundation 

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This man-made "sand" developed by engineers at Georgia Tech could help cool power-hungry electronic devices. | http://c.gatech.edu/19NTedw

#Science #STEM #Electronic #engineering #GeorgiaTech
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