These low-cost, painless, and bloodless tattoos have many applications.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed low-cost, painless, and bloodless tattoos that can be self-administered and have many applications. They make medical tattoos more accessible, but also could create new opportunities for cosmetic tattoos.
Although it’s been a school for less than a month, the School of Computing Instruction is already contributing to Georgia Tech’s goal of building a global learning network.
The Georgia Tech Archives recently acquired two 17th-century copies of Galileo’s work — Systema Cosmicum and Opere — for its Rare Book Collection.
Conversations With Cabrera
President Ángel Cabrera sits down with College of Computing Regents' Professor Amy Bruckman, author of Should You Believe Wikipedia?, for a conversation about why Wikipedia works, the importance (and imperfections) of sourcing information, and how the design and regulation of social media platforms can help bring out better aspects of human behavior.
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