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Celebrating Inclusive Excellence: Janelle Cornwall Adapts and Advances

As a highly skilled and accomplished Assistant Chief Counsel at GTRI, Janelle Cornwall's journey is a testament to the power of resilience, adaptability, and determination in the face of obstacles and change.

GTRI Works to Enhance EV Battery Reuse and Recycling in Georgia

GTRI is optimizing Georgia’s EV battery supply chain by developing cost- and energy-efficient methods to recover materials from spent batteries so that more of them can be reused and pose fewer environmental risks.

Hybrid Ceramic-Polymer Batteries Offer Safety, High-Performance Potential

Georgia Tech researchers are working to expand their fundamental understanding of hybrid ceramic-polymer electrolytes that could play a key role in future solid-state lithium-ion batteries.

New Approaches, Including Artificial Intelligence, Could Boost Tornado Prediction

Research using data from a pair of geostationary satellites and a ground-based lightning mapping array could lead to more accurate forecasting of devastating tornadoes spinning off from severe storms.

Curtis Free Awarded with Billiee Pendleton-Parker Award for Outstanding Allyship

GTRI Senior Research Scientist Curtis Free was recognized at the recent Georgia Tech Lavender Awards, receiving the Billiee Pendleton-Parker Award for Outstanding Allyship.

GTRI, Georgia Tech Launch Computer Science Pilot Program for Rural Georgia High Schools

Georgia Tech's Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC) and STEM@GTRI have launched a pilot program for rural Georgia school districts that provides high schoolers with access to interactive modules in coding, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, sensors and data visualization.

GTRI Looks to Use VOC Sensors to Prevent Aflatoxin Contamination in Peanut Plants

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and the University of Florida (UF) are working to improve current VOC collection methods to allow for earlier detection of aflatoxin formation in peanut plants. 

GTRI Graduate Student Research Fellowship Program Continues to Expand for Third Year

GTRI's Graduate Student Research Fellowship Program has expanded for its third year to include an additional seven projects that will further the research collaboration across Georgia Tech’s schools and colleges.

Nucleic Acid-Based Devices Will Rapidly Diagnose Sepsis, Respiratory Infections

A research team led by Georgia Tech has received funding to develop novel diagnostic devices able to rapidly identify the bacteria causing sepsis – and viruses that cause certain respiratory infections.

Celebrating Inclusive Excellence: Annie Jones-Wyatt Builds Community and Trust at GTRI

When GTRI Model Based Systems Engineer Annie Jones-Wyatt graduated in 2008, the economy was at a low point. While she could have gotten a job in the oil or gas industry, she wasn’t passionate about those areas. Instead, she found a graduate program at Georgia Tech. Two degrees and over eight years working for GTRI later, Annie is still a vital and impactful member of the Georgia Tech community.