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A sheen of oil coats the surface of the Gulf of Mexico in June 2010, as ships work to help control the Deepwater Horizon spill. Credit: kris krüg, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0/Eos Magazine

Eos article led by Joel Kostka spotlights ten years of advances in genomics, analysis of how ecosystems react to oil spills


Nature Astronomy, March 2020

Study on intermediate-mass black holes, multiband gravitational waves takes the spotlight in this month's Nature Astronomy.


M.G. Finn, Professor and Chair, James A. Carlos Family Chair for Pediatric Technology, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry (Photo/Video: 11Alive)

Georgia Tech scientists talk epidemiology, vaccine timelines, and climate comparisons with 11Alive, AJC, The New York Times


An artist’s depiction of Trappist exoplanets in comparison to Earth. The Trappist planets are those in their star’s habitable zone. (Photo: NASA)

Latest research, upcoming lecture and exhibit highlight thriving Georgia Tech Astrobiology Community


2020 Frontiers in Science Series

Frontiers kicks off with latest information in disinformation; talks on false memories, gerrymandering, origin of life to follow


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Calling all passionate CoS staff and faculty! Teach Explore Living Learning Communities sections in GT 1000 this fall.


Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Calling Georgia Tech students, faculty, and researchers to collaborate with Oak Ridge National Lab!


Todorokite (Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

New study led by Earth and Atmospheric Sciences team chips away at mysterious processes of a mineral vital to the environment


Assistant Professor Jenny McGuire, 2020 NSF CAREER Award Winner

Junior faculty will use funds to advance studies in paleoecology and biodiversity, combinatorics and random graph theory


Drake Lee-Patterson (left) and Stephanie Bilodeau, co-instructors, review an assignment with students. (Photo: Grace Pietkiewicz)

On January 6, the doors of the Kendeda Building opened to students and faculty as a place to learn, study, or relax.


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