NASA recently funded two new rapid-turnaround projects focused on Covid-19. Jennifer Kaiser at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and Elena Lind at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, are examining the pandemic’s impact on air quality...
“The pandemic is devastating in many ways and levels but from the air quality perspective, the shutdown is a valuable experiment on how fewer emissions will affect the overall air quality,” said associate professor Nga Lee “Sally” Ng.
In "blue hole" underwater sinkholes off the coast of western Florida, researchers from the Schools of Biological Sciences, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences don oxygen tanks and custom science equipment to study previously unexplored marine environments.
A letter from Susan Lozier, Dean and Betsy Middleton and John Clark Sutherland Chair
Work by scientists in all six schools earns recognition and continued research opportunities
Each year, Georgia Tech recognizes faculty and staff who have received campus accolades and awards throughout the previous academic year. Please join us in celebrating and sharing congratulations with this year's recipients.
Two months after a rapid evolution to remote learning and teaching, College of Sciences students, faculty, and graduate teaching assistants share perspectives, challenges, surprises, and what they’ve learned together — apart.
Stacey Bass, grants administrator for School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and School of Psychology, honored with a top annual staff award
College of Sciences Professor Emeritus Peter Webster examines the tropical atmosphere and ocean relationship — and impacts on climate change — in new university textbook