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The Energy, Policy, and Innovation Center and the Strategic Energy Institute have released the 2022 call for applications for the annual Spark…

Along with the Georgia Tech faculty tapped and reappointed as Regents’ Professors and Researchers at the Aug. 9 University System of Georgia (USG…

The Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production (CASFER) is a collaborative effort between the National Science…

The Summer of 2022 is off to an energetic start! The Energy, Policy, and Innovation Center (EPICenter) hosted two week-long cohorts of "Energy…

A team of Georgia Tech students and faculty members has won the U.S. Department of…

The Georgia Tech student team, "English Avenue Yellow Jackets", is the 2022 Design Challenge Residential Division Grand Winner for the …

Marilyn Brown is a world-leading expert on renewable energy and energy efficiency, a transformative intellectual thinker, and one of the founders…

IDEaS is one of Georgia Tech's 10 interdisciplinary research institutes within the Georgia Tech Research enterprise.

Meet Maryam Saeedifard, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and faculty council member at the Strategic Energy…

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The new Drawdown Georgia GHG Emissions Tracker is a free, first-of-its-kind, interactive tool that shows where greenhouse gas emissions come from in Georgia at the state and county level. The Tracker was developed by Dr. William Drummond of Georgia Tech, along with colleagues at both Georgia Tech and University of Georgia.

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Georgia Tech's Chuanyi Ji leads research on why power restoration after major storms can take so long.

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An editorial piece by Timothy Lieuwen, Seth Marder, and Chaouki T. Abdallah that argues that research universities should re-envision themselves.

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Wind turbine blades are notoriously difficult to recycle. The Re-Wind Network wants to repurpose them.

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Tech faculty Tim Lieuwen, Adam Cohen, and Rich Simmons authored this op-ed on how climate change might be considered in the infrastructure legislation.