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JC Gumbart, associate professor in the School of Physics.

JC Gumbart explains the power of molecular simulations in ScienceMatters Season 3 Episode 9.


All star cast at the ASTOUNDING ELEMENTS exhibit opening (Photo by Renay San Miguel)

"The essence and beauty of science is that it is a collective effort that spans generations," Dean Lozier said in remarks at the opening of the 'ASTOUNDING ELEMENTS' exhibit in the Georgia Tech Library. 


Johannes Leisen

Principle research scientist in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry shares his favorite element.


Mercury Transit 2019 (Credit: NASA)

Telescopes on Howey Building roof offer chance to view rare celestial event on Nov. 11.


Joel Kostka, professor in the School of Biological Sciences and the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Joel Kostka wonders how global warming changes soil microbes in Season 3 Episode 8 of ScienceMatters.


ASTOUNDING ELEMENTS at Crosland Tower

Exhibit highlights elements in fiction; looks back at Tech’s yearlong celebration.


College of Sciences team (from left): Jennifer Leavey, David Collard, Cam Tyson, Emma Blandford (Courtesy of David Collard)

Program will support undergraduate research in College of Sciences.


Alumni Homecoming 2019

Six College of Sciences alumni share experiences and insights from their time at Georgia Tech.


Carlos Silva, professor in the School of Physics and the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Carlos Silva talks about his search for new semiconductor materials in ScienceMatters Season 3 Episode 7.


Kim Cobb honored with 2020 Hans Oeschger Medal

European Geosciences Union names Cobb for the 2020 Hans Oeschger Medal.


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