GTRI Interns Create Portable, Modular Medical Imaging Devices for Remote Places
Shannon Yee is leading a $13.5 million effort funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to reinvent the toilet, technology that hasn’t changed much in more than a century.
Peanut growers could someday identify emerging threats such as drought, pests or disease by testing a plant’s “chemical breath.”
At an Air National Guard base 60 miles north of Kansas City, a team of experts from GTRI provides the highest level of training in defensive maneuvers, countermeasures, and tactics for members of the mobility air force with the ultimate goal of keeping them safe while flying through potentially hostile skies.
Educators serve a critical role around the globe – shaping the minds of generations and impacting the lives of future leaders and change agents. It’s a responsibility that we hold high at Georgia Tech and within GTRI.
Since GTRI’s doors opened in 1934, women have successfully integrated their expertise across the organization, bringing a diverse and inclusive perspective to the forefront of research and technology.
Georgia Tech alumna Michelle Gowdy shares her career journey at GTRI.
STEM@GTRI invited 59 students from across the state of Georgia to intern with six GTRI laboratories and the Warner Robins field office.
John Trostel, Madeline Frank, Jessica Losego, and Tom Perry of the Severe Storms Research Center, work to Improve tornado warning time.
A new mobile autonomous robot could perform daily monitoring tasks while safely interacting with chickens in commercial chicken houses, according to researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).