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Celebrating College of Sciences Alumni, 2018 Homecoming Week

Alumni share insights from their experiences as Georgia Tech students.


Earth’s biosphere (Courtesy of Wikimedia)

Two billion years ago, Earth’s biosphere made much less oxygen than today, study finds.


Kim Cobb on WSB TV2

On WSB-TV2, Kim Cobb describes first results from sea-level sensors deployed in Savannah.


Joel Kostka

Georgia Tech and Department of Energy national lab researchers will study plant microbiome’s role in keeping wetlands healthy in the face of climate change.


Research on the salt marsh of Sapelo Island, Georgia (Courtesy of UGA)

Joel Kostka studies the salt marsh on Sapelo Island, Georgia.


In the lab

Academic advisors share answers to questions frequently asked at the start of a school year.


Stars of Science Matters, Season 1

15-Minute stories of curiosity-driven discoveries and achievements, of “Wow” and “Aha” moments, from the College of Sciences


2018 Cullen-Peck Fellows

The College of Sciences selects the associate professors for innovative research.


Kennda Lynch (Photo by Maureen Rouhi)

With Ford Foundation support, Kennda Lynch seeks to learn more about microbes that consume rocket fuel as energy source.


OceanVisions

Researchers at four major institutions join forces to ensure the health of oceans for generations to come.


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