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2019 NGS-CR students at the peak of Irazú Volcano.

Study-abroad students explored and learned at every turn.


Max Kolton (left) and Joel Kostka

More methane is released than carbon dioxide; microbial diversity declines.


Are we alone? (Credit Alternative Earths Astrobiology Center, UCR)

Toxic gases limit the types of life we could find on habitable worlds.


Upcoming Events

Jun
26 to 27
2019

Learn how to use optical microscopy to advance or complement your research projects.

Jun
27
2019

The College of Sciences and iGniTe Summer Launch Program celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table with a costume party and variety show.

Aug
05 to 09
2019

One-week bootcamp introduces data management and visualization, data modeling, deep learning, and scientific programming in Python.

Employment Opportunities

The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in Solid Earth Geosciences/Planetary Sciences and Atmospheric Chemistry/Aerosols & Clouds.

Evolution of Complex Life Conference

Registration is now open for the 2019 Evolution of Complex Life conference! Apply Now.

Ocean Program

New Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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Seismic Monitor

EAS Weather and Seismic Stations