New Brook Byers Fellow

Revisiting Earth’s Oxygenation 2.4 Billion Years Ago

Marc Weissburg Named Brook Byers Professor

Georgia Tech Launches Global Change Program

Effects of metal impurity on the structure and reactivity of manganese oxides

Mn oxides are among the most ubiquitous and reactive mineral phases in natural environments and significantly influence the cycles of essential elements such as C and N, as well as the transport and fate of a wide range of metals. The structure and reactivity of Mn oxides were extensively studied but most of these studies used pure Mn oxide minerals, which are barely found in real geological or engineering settings.

Global Change Program

Herrmann Named SEG Distinguished Lecturer

Let’s Talk About Science

Erupting to Applause

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