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Students celebrating graduation

Join Georgia Tech for a virtual graduation celebration on Friday, May 1!


Hurricane Harvey Satellite Image

School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences students take home individual, team honors in weather forecasting competition


Drawdown Georgia team

Drawdown Georgia is an effort to help identify solutions to help reduce Georgia’s carbon footprint in economically justifiable ways.


School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Asst. Professor Chris Reinhard

Science research society also honors students from Schools of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Biological Sciences


Jennifer Leavey's Stay at Home Journal Club

How Jennifer Leavey’s videos use research articles to build personal contact and educate online communities about COVID-19 research.


Georgia Tech's campus (Jess Hunt-Ralston).

Five students win honors in a variety of scientific disciplines


Peter Addison, fourth-year undergraduate and May 2020 candidate for graduation from the School of Physics, and Lucy, the family goldendoodle.

School of Physics’ Addison will graduate into Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, pursuing Ph.D. and safe landing sites for NASA’s Europa Clipper


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


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