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Posted on 2017-12-01 15:45.

AbGradCon offers a unique setting for graduate students and early-career scientists interested in astrobiology research to share, collaborate, and network. Organized and attended by only graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and select undergraduates, the meeting is an ideal venue to form bonds, share ideas, and candidly discuss the issues that will help shape the future of the field.

Posted on 2017-11-30 14:14.

After arriving in the U.S., Melat Hagos's family did not own a computer, but her mother took her to the local library every day so she could read and find information for homework. “This led me to love reading and kept me interested in school,” she says.

Posted on 2017-11-20 15:54.

Congratulations to Yuanzhi Tang and Chris Reinhard on their recently published article in Nature Communications, conducted by Emily Saad, and in collaboration with Yale University.

Emily Saad, Xiangli Wang, Noah J. Planavsky, Christopher T. Reinhard, Yuanzhi Tang. Chromium isotope fractionation induced by ligand-promoted mobilization of Cr(III).

Posted on 2017-11-13 12:56.

Ten Georgia Tech undergraduates were selected as the inaugural (2017-2018) class of Sustainable Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF). Among them are Faizah Asif, from the School of Biological Sciences, and Gigi Pavur, from the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

Posted on 2017-11-07 10:46.

AMP-IT-UP teachers Cheryl Wilder and Kathy Duke from Griffin-Spalding County schools participated in an ECOGIG research cruise to the Gulf of Mexico. The cruise provided the teachers with real-world experiences that they will apply in the classroom, where they have been teaching their seventh graders three AMP-IT-UP modules on ocean ecology.

Posted on 2017-10-31 13:33.

In the Ford Environmental Science and Technology Building, the office of Martha Grover is three doors from that of Jennifer Glass. Both are Georgia Tech scientists doing research related to astrobiology – life in the cosmos – but until last year they hardly talked to each other as researchers with common interests. Now, Grover, Glass, and others at Tech are members of a growing community that’s coalescing astrobiology activities across campus.


Posted on 2017-09-28 17:22.
Posted on 2017-09-25 11:31.

After 10 years of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences students taking part in her Carbon Reduction Challenge, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Kim Cobb is ready to involve more students – and companies – in the effort.

Posted on 2017-09-18 15:58.

A group of scientists from EAS led by Martial Taillefert, his graduate students (Eryn Eitel, Shannon Owings), and two EAS undergraduates (Ben Fields and Tony Boever) returned from a 26 days journey in the Gulf of Mexico on the RV Savannah (Skidaway Institute of Oceanography).