External News: Kim Cobb is among academics whose work has been funded by premier US science agencies
Alumni share insights from their experiences as Georgia Tech students.
Two billion years ago, Earth’s biosphere made much less oxygen than today, study finds.
On WSB-TV2, Kim Cobb describes first results from sea-level sensors deployed in Savannah.
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.
Joel Kostka studies the salt marsh on Sapelo Island, Georgia.
Academic advisors share answers to questions frequently asked at the start of a school year.
15-Minute stories of curiosity-driven discoveries and achievements, of “Wow” and “Aha” moments, from the College of Sciences
The College of Sciences selects the associate professors for innovative research.