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  • Microneedle Patches for Flu Vaccination Successful in First Human Clinical Trial

    Despite the potentially severe consequences of illness and even death, only about 40 percent of adults in the United States receive flu shots each year; however, researchers believe a new self-administered, painless vaccine skin patch containing microscopic needles could significantly increase the number of people who get vaccinated. 

  • Exposing More Girls to STEM

    GE, Georgia Tech host the annual summer camp to boost middle school girls’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math. This year, 28 girls are spending the week on Georgia Tech's campus. 

     

  • Campus Carry Law Takes Effect Next Week

    In anticipation of the July 1 implementation date for the new state law allowing licensed gun owners to carry weapons on public college campuses, Georgia Tech leaders held an information session with the campus community June 14.

  • Tech Students to Take 11,000-Mile Charitable Journey

    The Mongolia Charity Rally benefits Go Help, a U.K.-based group that provides health outreach and educational opportunities in Central Asia and Central America.