Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion announces the 2020 Faces of Inclusive Excellence, an annual list of Georgia Tech faculty, staff, and students who combine academic and institute achievements with their efforts to reach out to all members of the Georgia Tech community.
The first class of the College of Sciences Staff Advisory Council is named, with the goal of providing staff advocacy and advisory expertise to address immediate and long-term needs across the College and Institute.
In the spring and summer, an effort led by researchers across three Sciences schools created SARS-CoV-2 test kits that helped fill testing gaps across Georgia. Now, they're sharing that test kit recipe in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, which has selected the research as a September "Editor’s Pick".
Two researchers in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences win grants from the Heising-Simons Foundation to study just how fast ice sheets are melting, and how much sea levels are rising, due to climate change.
American Society for Microbiology awards Jennifer Glass its 2021 ASM Alice C. Evans Award for Advancement of Women, which recognizes outstanding contributions toward the full participation and advancement of women in the microbial sciences.
Please join the College of Sciences in congratulating seven faculty members sharing honors for their work in the 2019-2020 school year at Georgia Tech.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), taking steps to ensure indoor ventilation systems are operating at peak performance as well as increasing the flow of outdoor air are key to maintaining a healthy and safe indoor environment.
Reduced resilience of plant biomes in North America could be setting the stage for the kind of mass extinctions not seen since the retreat of glaciers and arrival of humans about 13,000 years ago, cautions a new study published August 20 in the journal Global Change Biology.
The Department of Energy's process for predicting how climate change will affect carbon in the planet's ecosystem could get a makeover, thanks to a new grant for two School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences researchers.
The smartphones in everyone’s purse or pocket could soon become powerful tools in the effort to control coronavirus in the campus community.