Recent News

Kim Cobb before House Committee on Natural Resources on Feb. 6, 2019

Professor and mother urges early action to protect against the impacts of climate change.


Galileo's close encounter with a Europa water plume

Spacecraft Galileo passed through a plume of water vapor during flyby in 2000, study shows.


Kostka, Weitz: Fellows of the American Academy of Microbiology

Joel Kostka, Joshua Weitz join prestigious leadership group.


Kim Cobb (left) discussing sea-level rise with other experts (Photo by The New Brunswick News)

External News: At the College of Coastal Georgia, Kim Cobb joins top experts to discuss the state of sea-level rise.


Atlanta Sunrise (Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gregduckworth/298730543)

Greg Huey explains why it's still cold even when the sun rises.


Explore students hanging out on West Campus

Science and math students live and learn together, creating an identity around science and mathematics on campus.


Jose Alvarado and Element 10, Neon

Iconic tool will mix it up with Yellow Jackets’ tip-off on Jan. 22.


Carbon Reduction Challenge Summer 2018 winner

Program receives two first-place awards in the 2019 Reimagine Education Conference & Awards in San Francisco.


College of Sciences Fall 2018 Graduates

We can't wait to see what comes next for you!


Lucas Liuzzo

This New Yorker’s most vivid memory of Tech is the beauty of its campus in the changing seasons.


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