This fall, Georgia Tech ranked No. 43 in The Princeton Review’s Top 50 Green Colleges and was also featured in the 2018 edition of The Princeton Review Guide to 399 Green Colleges.
“Georgia Tech is very proud to be recognized for its environmentally responsible practices,” said Anne Rogers, associate director for Campus Sustainability. “Our goal is to be a leader in sustainable issues and to promote action and awareness on campus.”
NASA Astrobiology Program awards $7 million to Georgia Tech-led Oceans Across Space and Time alliance to intensify the search for life in our solar system’s present and past oceans
NASA has navigated our solar system with spacecraft and landers, but still, our celestial neighbors remain vast frontiers, particularly in the search for life. Now, an alliance of researchers will accelerate the quest to find it.
Fuel cells have not been particularly known for their practicality and affordability, but that may have just changed. There’s a new cell that runs on cheap fuel at temperatures comparable to automobile engines and which slashes materials costs.
Matt Cox wants to change the world. But first, the Georgia Institute of Technology alumnus is working on changing the city of Atlanta.
Cox (Ph.D. Public Policy, 2014) is the founder of energy policy consulting firm The Greenlink Group. The company is playing a major role in the city’s ambitious effort to transition the entire city — from the tiniest lightbulb to the world’s busiest airport — to 100 percent renewable energy by 2035.
The earth is finally beginning to make way for The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design. Earlier this year, what used to be a parking lot at the corner of Ferst Drive and State Street began its transformation to bigger and better things; once completed, The Kendeda Building is expected to become the most environmentally advanced education and research facility in the Southeast.