School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences researchers find dangerous sulfates are formed, and their particles get bigger, within the plumes of pollution belching from coal-fired power plants.
Amanda Stockton is harnessing aerosols to better understand the emergence of life on Earth, and our search for life beyond
Georgia Tech researchers have uncovered eco-friendly bacterial proteins that stabilize methane clathrates, offering a green solution to climate challenges and potential implications for astrobiology.
Rare earth elements are critical to technology, electronics, and rapidly evolving clean energy efforts. Equipped with a new NSF grant, Yuanzhi Tang is helping find and unlock these key minerals in Georgia kaolin deposits.
Our galaxy is seen through a new lens as NSF IceCube Collaboration presents evidence of high-energy neutrino emission from the Milky Way
The interdisciplinary Environmental Science (ENVS) degree program, developed by faculty in the Schools of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and Biological Sciences, is now enrolling students interested in a wide variety of environment-related careers.
The center's research about the nature of lunar dust and volatiles will support upcoming human-crewed missions to the moon.
Jim Sowell talks about Georgia Tech's observatory, what can be learned from an eclipse, and why you should watch for it wherever you are.
The expanded undergraduate degree offerings are designed to continue Georgia Tech’s reputation for academic rigor — and also reflect trends in student interests, as well as current and forecasted needs in the job marketplace.
CSE research group publishes studies to assist in geological carbon storage