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Georgia Tech has been committed to progress and service in our state since 1885. Our community of innovation connects education, research, industry, and government to create opportunity for all Georgians.

Driving Growth

State Impact

The Institute is a major economic driver and a champion of economic opportunity in our state.

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Inclusive Education

of 159 counties

in Georgia are represented within our student population.

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Tech invests knowledge and resources to enhance learning and foster success — for students and for the citizens of Georgia — improving the quality of life for all in our state. 

Economic Impact

As an engine of Progress and Service for more than 135 years, Georgia Tech builds partnerships, creates jobs, and develops skills for the 21st-century economy.

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Georgia Tech supports talented faculty, students, and researchers across disciplines to help solve the most pressing problems facing Georgia and the world today.

Latest Stories

A robot designed at the Georgia Tech Research Instituter picks peaches from a Georgia farm.
South Georgia (Valdosta)
Peachy Robot: A Glimpse into the Peach Orchard of the Future

Thinning and pruning peach trees is a time- and labor-intensive process. Engineers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute have built a robot designed to intelligently remove branches and small, undergrown peaches to promote a healthy and fruitful orchard, which could result in significant cost savings for Georgia peach farms.

The robot uses a 3D camera to determine peaches that need to be removed and a claw-like device to grab each peach.

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Economic Impact
South Georgia (Valdosta)
State-of-the-Art Filming Studio Coming Soon to Savannah Area

Georgia Advanced Technology Ventures Inc. (GATV), an affiliate organization of Georgia Tech, is moving forward with the selection of a qualified development team to advance the creation of a major hub for film and TV productions within the Savannah region. This project aims to bolster economic and workforce development in the local area as well as the state of Georgia.  

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Public-private Partnership for Inclusive Innovation Celebrates Year One Milestones

September marked the one-year milestone for the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation, a public-private organization charged with implementing a plan to advance innovation, opportunity, and shared economic success across Georgia, positioning it as the tech capital of the East Coast.

The initiative's pillars of community research, student engagement, and economic opportunity have made visible impacts in communities throughout Georgia during 2020-2021. 

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Serving Georgia's Underserved Communities

Four new, federally funded awards totaling $5.5 million will allow Georgia Tech researchers to extend their positive impact in Georgia's underserved communities. The grants, awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Energy, will bring Georgia Tech researchers to various parts of the state. Transit and transportation access will be the focus in metro Atlanta. Those studying fire emissions and their impact on health will visit K-12 schools in southwestern and western Georgia. Faculty members will also work with Savannah middle schoolers to create maps in an effort to increase youth advocacy that addresses the effects of climate change. 

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Economic Impact
Metro Atlanta
Tech Square at 20: Georgia Tech Helps Shape Midtown Atlanta

This year marks two decades since the groundbreaking for Technology Square, now home to the highest density of startups, corporate innovators, and research centers in the Southeast. Learn how Georgia Tech influenced the development of midtown Atlanta's premier innovation district.

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Metro Atlanta
Summer Program Empowers Clarkston Youth to Create Change

Six teens from Clarkston, Georgia spent four weeks of their summer in the Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) institute, a Georgia Tech program created to help young people learn how to conduct research and develop solutions for their community. Assistant Professor Allen Hyde in the School of History and Sociology spent three weeks training the Clarkston students in research methods. With support from Serve-Learn-Sustain initiative director Jennifer Hirsch, summer intern Hudson McGaughey, and Associate Professor AJ Kim at San Diego State University, the students collected and analyzed data to discover how to make it easier and safer for young people to get to after-school sports, activities, and jobs in Clarkston.