For the second consecutive year, the Georgia Institute of Technology has garnered a spot among the 20 universities in the U.S. with the highest amount of research and development (R&D) spending. Georgia Tech’s R&D spending of $1.114 billion in fiscal year 2021 reflects a 6.2% increase from the 2020 figure for its entire research enterprise, which includes the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).
Additive Manufacturing Creates New Options for High-Powered RF Waveguides
Researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) are using additive manufacturing techniques to create unique waveguide structures that would be difficult or impossible to make using conventional fabrication processes.
Blowin’ in the Wind
Materials scientists at GTRI have worked with a team of artists and recording engineers to boost the quality of analog music reproduction through a new surface coating.
New Research Will Study Mysterious Effects of Gigantic Jet Lightning
Most lightning travels between clouds and the ground, or within and between clouds. But a curious phenomenon known as “gigantic jets” fires powerful bursts of electrical charge.