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A team of Georgia Tech researchers is the first to study the relationship between fluctuations in attention and the brain network patterns within low-frequency 20-second cycles.

From completing puzzles and playing music, to reading and exercising, growing up Dolly Seeburger loved activities that demanded her full attention. “It was in those times that I…

Through detailed auditory descriptions and immersive virtual environments, the Sonification Lab facilitates accessibility to the wonders of the universe for all, regardless of visual ability.

As the April 8 solar eclipse approaches, millions of people anticipate participating in the wonder of this celestial event. Yet, for those with visual impairments, traditional methods of observing…

Three Georgia Tech students who created a pediatric medical device won $15,000 Wednesday night during the 2024 ACC InVenture Prize, an annual undergraduate entrepreneurship competition.

Three Georgia Tech students who created a pediatric medical device won $15,000 Wednesday night during the 2024 ACC InVenture Prize, an annual…

More than 4,000 guests visited Georgia Tech's kickoff event for the city's annual science extravaganza.

Georgia Tech opened the 11th annual Atlanta Science Festival (ASF) with record attendance for…

Aaron Young’s team has developed a wear-and-go approach that requires no calibration or training.

Robotic exoskeletons designed to help humans with walking or physically demanding work have been the stuff of sci-fi lore for decades. Remember Ellen Ripley…

The School of Biological Sciences associate professor will be digging deep into itch-sensing neural circuits to gain insights into how the sensory system is wired — and where best to treat it when things go wrong.

The skin on our hands and feet collectively makes up roughly 5% of our surface area — at least, when it comes to our bodies. When you look at an important sensory area of the brain called the…

Co-PI Simon Sponberg will lead the Georgia Tech contingent of researchers, which aims to understand dynamic, agile movement.

This press release is shared jointly with the UC Irvine newsroom…

A new study co-led by Anna (Anya) Ivanova highlights how human neuroscience is paving the way for AI innovation — and what AI can teach us about ourselves.

One of the hallmarks of humanity is language, but now, powerful new artificial intelligence tools also compose poetry, write songs, and have extensive conversations with human users. Tools like…

Premiere of the documentary "Navigating Autism in Communities of Color," which shows a first-hand account of the challenges and hopes for a future that embraces autism in Black communities.

Navigating Autism in Communities of Color documents caregiver experiences of obtaining a diagnosis, accessing services, and advocating for their children. Based on stories from six Black…

Since the early days of the Institute, Georgia Tech students have explored aspects of the mind, brain, and behavior through psychology. To commemorate 100 years of psychology at Georgia Tech, we’re taking a deep dive into its storied history.

Since the early days of the Institute, Georgia Tech students have explored aspects of the mind, brain, and behavior through psychology. What started as one or two courses in business psychology…

BME researcher's new BRAIN Initiative award could help find new ways to boost attention and remedy attention deficits.

The old one-liner, “he’s too broke to pay attention,” is a fun play on words, but it also has a grain of grim neurological truth. 

Because attention does not come easily. The…

Campus and the Atlanta community are invited to the official kickoff event for the 2024 Atlanta Science Festival!

Members of the Georgia Tech community are opening their doors once again as part of the 11th annual Atlanta Science Festival. This year, Science and Engineering Day at Georgia Tech will serve as…

Ascend, a new career development program for mid-career faculty, launched its cohort for Spring 2024.

Ascend, a new career development program for mid-career faculty, launched its cohort for Spring 2024. Supported by the Office of Faculty Professional Development, Ascend cohort members include…

As innovation surrounding artificial intelligence continues, Georgia Tech experts offer their thoughts on the scope of the recent executive order and the challenges ahead in regulating AI.

In 1950, Alan Turing asked, “Can machines think?” More than 70 years later, advancements in artificial intelligence are creating exciting possibilities and questions about its potential pitfalls.…

Lizzie Wright knew Georgia Tech was a great school, but had no idea the community she would encounter through her four and a half years.

Lizzie Wright was in 10th grade when she watched a TED Talk about controlling someone else’s arm with your brain.

“It got me thinking — we’re all walking around, talking to people, moving…