Georgia Tech researchers take a critical step in graphene-based electronics
Wednesday, January 11, 2023
A pressing quest in the field of nanoelectronics is the search for a material that could replace silicon. Now, Georgia Tech researchers have taken a critical step forward in making the case for a successor.
Students and alumni share how one study abroad program enabled them to build new skills that have helped them secure internships and jobs.
Georgia Tech junior Divali Legore is among the first recipients of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, also known as the Voyager Scholarship.
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