Wednesday, March 29, 2023
As the spring season commences, insects have emerged from their winter homes to do their part to pollinate the environment. While Georgia Tech is of course home to yellow jackets, it’s also home to many other insects that are part of the complex ecosystem of campus. When you see something buzzing, how do you know if it will sting?
Two Tech professors weigh in on how inflation is tied to banks, why Silicon Valley Bank and others failed, and if more may follow.
When 100 Ukrainian women from STEM IS FEM wanted to learn how to rebuild their country, they asked Georgia Tech’s Ellen Dunham-Jones. She recently met with the group to introduce them to urban design.
The 2023 Apple Scholars in AI/ML Ph.D. fellowship recognizes the success of Zijie Jay Wang’s research into making artificial intelligence and machine learning systems more transparent and accessible.
Andrew Myer dresses as a camel and takes a selfie with a camel on Tech Green Tuesday during Israel Fest. The annual event celebrates Israeli culture with food, fun, and, yes, a camel.
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