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Georgia Tech Research Included in White House Report on Aging
A new report from the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) looks at technologies and policies that can add to our ability to live independent and connected lives as we get older. Georgia Tech faculty and research informed the report titled “Independence, Technology, and Connection in Older Age.”  Read More
IPaT Hosts Inaugural Industry Innovation Day
“Smart and Connected Communities” was the focus of IPaT’s first Industry Innovation Day on April 13th in Tech Square. Guests enjoyed thought-provoking talks and panel discussions from Georgia Tech faculty, business leaders, city officials, and entrepreneurs.  Read More
Using Design Studio Techniques to Create a Community of Learners
Using augmented reality (AR) technology, three Georgia Tech professors are integrating design studio teaching methods to improve STEM learning for undergraduate students in computer science classes. The goal of their project is to motivate students to collaboratively learn computer science.  Read More