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CMOS multi-modal cellular interface array chip in operation in a standard biology lab.

New Chip Measures Multiple Cellular Responses to Speed Drug Discovery

Nano-electric technology may improve the drug development process.

Hakki Mert Torun

Torun Wins IEEE EPEPS Best Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Hakki Mert Torun received the Best Student Paper Award at the IEEE 27th Conference on Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging and Systems, held October 14-17 in San Jose, California.

Cohen Elected as AGU Section President

ECE Associate Professor Morris B. Cohen has been named president-elect of the Atmospheric and Space Electricity Section (ASE) of the American Geophysical Union (AGU).

Cracking the Cancer Code

The numbers tell a sad story. Nearly one out of three people in the United States will have cancer during their lifetimes, according to the American Cancer Society. While a cure remains at large, innovative treatments are advancing quickly.

Five ECE Faculty Members Honored with CTL Award

John D. Cressler, Lukas Graber, Tushar Krishna, Sung Kyu Lim, and Benjamin Yang have been chosen for the Georgia Tech Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award.

Qi Wins IEEE RFID-TA Best Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Cheng Qi received the best student paper award at the IEEE RFID-TA 2018 conference, held September 26-28 in Macau, SER China.

Sam Coogan

Coogan Tapped for AFOSR Young Investigator Award

ECE and CEE Assistant Professor Sam Coogan has been chosen for an Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Award.

Students show donors and guests the equipment in the new Texas Instruments Makerspace in the Van Leer Building.

Georgia Tech Opens Newest Student Makerspace

The Van Leer Interdisciplinary Design Commons is the largest electronics-oriented student makerspace in the country.

A robot from Georgia Tech's Robotarium on display at the Ethics in Robotics roundtable on Sept. 25, 2018

Drones, Driverless Cars and Difficult Decisions

Georgia Tech hosts a panel discussion in Washington, D.C. about the emerging debate on ethics and robotics.

Wilbur Lam, M.D., Ph.D. is part of a research center, funded by the National Institutes of Health, that will develop and translate microelectronics-based point-of-care (POC) technologies for patient care. 

NIH Selects Point of Care Technologies Center at Emory, Georgia Tech for Research Network, $7M grant

The Atlanta network will assist and enable inventors of POC technologies

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