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From top left clockwise: Asia Taylor, Diana Kim, Sean Alexander, Christopher Saetia, and Melanie Su (Photos by Yasmine Bassil)

Projects based on fantasy or reality were inspired by the 2019 International Year of the Periodic Table.

Buzz with a scavenger hunt playing card (Photo by Renay San Miguel)

Periodic table celebration kicks off 2019-20 school year.

Courtney Ferencik (left) and Erin Green

Courtney Ferencik and Erin Green will lead fundraising efforts.

Jasmine A. Howard

To celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table, Tech students, faculty, and staff talk about their favorite elements.

College of Sciences brought 7% of Georgia Tech's FY2019 external funding.

More grants translate to more training, more research, and more discovery.

Apollo 11's Saturn V rocket launches July 16, 1969 (Photo by NASA)

A group of Georgia Tech researchers, and an alumnus with a front-row seat to history, remember Apollo 11.

Kazumi Ozaki and Christopher Reinhard

Photosynthesizers using water, which releases oxygen, could not compete with those using iron.

Thwaites Glacier's outer edge

Instability hidden within Antarctic ice is likely to accelerate its flow into the ocean and push sea level up at a more rapid pace than previously expected.

Leucine Zipper and the Zinc Fingers

Space is limited; register now for two hours of periodic table costumes, fun, food, and games

Sea ice in Antarctica showing a brown layer of ice algae (Credit Rick Cavicchioli)

Georgia Tech’s Frank Stewart joins global call for more research on the impact on microbes.