Recent News

Posted on 2020-03-23 14:28.

Study on intermediate-mass black holes, multiband gravitational waves takes the spotlight in this month's Nature Astronomy.

Posted on 2020-03-18 17:13.

COVID-19 has sent many to seek out the latest information and ask questions about immunology, disease tracking, and how vaccines are developed. Georgia Tech College of Sciences faculty from three schools recently shared insights and expertise in news reports focused on the topic.

Posted on 2020-03-09 12:44.

It's only been around for four years, but the Georgia Tech Astrobiology community is scoring wins in exoplanet research, outside funding, and attracting top astrobiologists for conferences and lectures on campus.

Posted on 2020-02-24 14:09.

Calling all passionate CoS staff and faculty! Teach Explore Living Learning Communities sections in GT 1000 this fall.

Posted on 2020-02-24 13:38.

Calling Georgia Tech students, faculty, and researchers to collaborate with Oak Ridge National Lab!

Posted on 2020-02-20 13:28.

Manganese oxide is found all over nature, and it plays an important role in ecological processes. Scientists want to understand that role better, but it's been difficult to recreate the form of manganese oxide known as todorokite in laboratory settings. A research group from the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences says it's been able to discover some of the secrets of this mineral's mysterious processes.

Posted on 2020-02-20 09:44.

Thousands of people focused on the future of Georgia Tech by helping us complete phase one — visioning and drafting — of Georgia Tech’s strategic planning process. Now, the process moves into the goal-setting phase that will include an opportunity for review and input from the Georgia Tech community.

Posted on 2020-02-11 16:38.

A pair of College of Sciences professors -- Jenny McGuire in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/School of Biological Sciences, and Lutz Warnke of the School of Mathematics --  are receiving coveted National Science Foundation CAREER Awards, which will fund future research for five years.