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Particles that cover the surface of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, are “electrically charged.”


The growing visibility of researchers interested in astrobiology is helping Georgia Tech emerge as a powerhouse in the field.


The festival’s board of directors selected College of Sciences Dean and Sutherland Chair Paul M. Goldbart to serve as inaugural honorary chair.


When Amy Lynn Williamson moved to Georgia to attend Georgia Tech, it was the first time she had ever moved from Ohio, where most of her family lives. She completed her B.S. in Geosciences at Denison University, in Granville, a small town close to home. For Williamson, the move to Midtown Atlanta was a big step.


When Charon is positioned between the sun and Pluto, Georgia Tech research indicates that the moon can significantly reduce atmospheric loss.


Two Griffin-Spalding County teachers visited the Gulf with ECOGIG to assist with research and collect water samples.


The second cohort of 23 women leaders were recently honored at the Leading Women@Tech closing ceremony for completing the program. The nomination period for the third cohort of the Leading Women@Tech program will open in April.


Scientists are developing the use of dynamic biosignatures – based on seasonal changes in the Earth’s atmosphere – in the search for life in distant planets.


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