Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

A study led by researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology has advanced understanding of airborne particulate matter and its health effects.
This summer, eight students in the Biomolecular Engineering, Science, and Technology study abroad program in Lyon, France were able to explore the city's rich history of silk production in an unlikely place: a biology lab.
Directed by School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Associate Professor Henry “Pete” La Pierre, the Center will serve to push Georgia Tech to the forefront of nuclear science and engineering — and push the boundaries of our understanding of chemical bonding
Researchers have developed a concept that would make Martian rocket fuel, on Mars, that could be used to launch future astronauts back to Earth.
The center's research about the nature of lunar dust and volatiles will support upcoming human-crewed missions to the moon.
A new study compares the level of particles in various indoor spaces, including aircraft cabins.
New technique could allow EV industry to make Li-ion batteries more safely with 100% solid-state nonflammable ceramic rather than liquid electrolytes.
Udita Ringania, a Ph.D. candidate, won the 2021 Blue Sky Young Researchers and Innovation Award.
A multi-state network will measure aerosols to gain a better understanding of climate and public health.
A simple solution-based processing technique could help reduce the cost of polymer solar cells.