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EAS Faculty Member Britney Schmidt: Ceres Landslides


When you need to recreate the frozen temperatures of Jupiter's Europa, few places on Earth will do.


The College of Sciences has selected Matthew Baker as the inaugural Associate Dean for Faculty Development, a position that complement the positions of Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Associate Dean for Research.


Researchers at four major institutions join forces to ensure the health of oceans for generations to come.


Eclipse day is here. Georgia Tech is ready for a safe and fun experience.


Behind the Iron Curtain: How Methane-Making Microbes Kept the Early Earth Warm


Most of the earthquakes in Oklahoma and southern Kansas that researchers believe are induced are not directly caused by fracking itself, but instead by attempts to dispose of the wastewater at the end of the process by injecting it back into the ground, Peng says.


James Wray has been selected to receive the 2018 Outstanding Achievement in Early Career Research Award.


With Ford Foundation support, Kennda Lynch seeks to learn more about microbes that consume rocket fuel as energy source.


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