GEORGIA TECH PULLS BACK THE CURTAIN ON THE NEW LOOK OF RESEARCH HORIZONS
If you’re a regular subscriber to Research Horizons magazine, you’ve surely noticed that this issue is very different from what you’re used to receiving. And I hope those of you seeing our magazine for the first time will be impressed with our new look and new content.
Georgia Tech has been publishing Research Horizons since 1983. During that time, it has become a trusted vehicle for sharing compelling stories about Georgia Tech’s groundbreaking research.
As the center of a vibrant innovation ecosystem, Georgia Tech has been working to facilitate transformative opportunities, strengthen collaborative partnerships, and maximize its economic and societal impact.
Georgia Tech research is powered by ideas, led by faculty, and supported by a diverse group of professionals, including talented research communicators committed to sharing our life-changing research with the world. Reporting on this research is critical to advancing scientific knowledge. It also solidifies our reputation as one of the nation’s leading research universities.
We value your time. That’s why this publication now includes a better mix of news briefs, short stories, and longer features. You’ll also notice a difference in our photos and illustrations – a dynamic assortment, truly bringing our stories to life. We think this newly designed magazine powerfully captures and embraces our collaborative research culture, as well as the excitement and relevance of our innovative work.
Finally, in response to requests from subscribers, we have added a list of key research contacts to the publication. You’ll find this inside the back cover. This will make it easier to connect with Georgia Tech experts who can help you solve tough technical problems or gain that competitive edge.
As always, I welcome your feedback.
Executive Vice President for Research