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Scialog® announces winners of $1.1 million for "Signatures of Life in the Universe" program.

The duo of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences associate professors are among 20 Scialog® winners of $1.1 million in funding. Glass and Reinhard are also among AGU’s latest cohort of annual awardees.


Controlled Wildland Burn

A new grant will allow Georgia Tech researchers to create strategies to protect schoolchildren from harmful wildland fire emissions


College of Sciences Dean Susan Lozier welcomes guests to the September Sciences Celebration (Photo Renay San Miguel)

Recipients of 2020-2021 awards recognized at ceremony after pandemic delay; new faculty members also welcomed


Free t-shirts and local restaurant discounts are popping up at Tech's Covid-19 vaccine clinics and asymptomatic surveillance testing sites on campus.

Georgia Tech is introducing new rewards to encourage individuals on campus to get vaccinated and test weekly.


Students attending the Aquatic Chemical Ecology REU prepare for poster session presentations July 20. (Photo Renay San Miguel)

In 2022, all six schools in Georgia Tech's College of Sciences will offer a summer NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Students attending this year's REUs recount what they learned, and how it will impact their academic careers.


Frances Rivera-Hernández taking field samples in Antarctica in 2015 (Photo Frances Rivera-Hernandez)

Frances Rivera-Hernández and her team will soon head to Antarctica to study an ancient lake bed that may aid in search for past life on Mars, plus clues to climatic changes


CMDI merges disciplines, aggressively recruiting microbiologist ‘superstars’ to take back the high ground from antibiotic-resistant pathogens and emerging diseases — and to harness microbes for new medicines, cleaner environments, and climate solutions.


College of Sciences alumni from three schools are in this year's class of Georgia Tech Alumni 40 Under 40.

The Georgia Tech Alumni Association has released its annual list of young graduates working to change our world, with six College of Sciences alumni from three schools among those honored in the 2021 class of the Tech’s 40 Under 40.


Jie He

School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences’ Jie He wins NSF CAREER grant to work on new methods to unlock the uncertainty in rainfall predictions


Air Quality Study: Aerosols

The benefits to indoor air quality of one type of purifying system can be offset by the generation of other pollutants


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