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School of Biological Sciences researchers Cody Clements and Mark Hay are building symbiotic ‘underwater gardens’ in the Pacific Ocean to show how different species of coral can work together to possibly restore degraded reefs.
Georgia Tech President Angel Cabrera
President Ángel Cabrera is among just a handful of Hispanic leaders to helm a major U.S. university. This National Hispanic Heritage Month, he reflects on his time as a student in the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech — and speaks to the critical role of recruiting and supporting more Hispanic and Latinx students and faculty in STEM.
Susan Lozier (Photo by Rob Felt)
In celebration of the U.N. International Day of the Girl, College of Sciences Dean Susan Lozier shares about mentoring and leadership, early education, research and teaching excellence, building diverse communities, and creating a more equitable path for women and girls in science.
Yellowstone National Park and the Absaroka Range via Avalanche Peak summit, July 2021 (Jess Hunt-Ralston, Georgia Tech)
Professor Sally Ng will lead a $12 million initiative funded by the National Science Foundation to provide long-term measurements of the properties of aerosols. 

Randall Mathews and Russ Clark are co-leads of the Smart Sea Level Sensors (SSLS) team, together with Georgia Tech’s Dr. Kim Cobb and the City of Savannah Office of Sustainability director Nick Deffley. The team just published a dashboard that allows for real-time flood visualization to aid in emergency planning and response in Chatham County.
Shinohara, et al
NIH grant supporting collaborative development of “new paradigm of motor imagery”


End-to-End View of Covid Vaccine Manufacture and Distribution
Join us for the official launch of the Drawdown GA Business Compact!
13 to 14
"Applications of Physical Chemistry to Probing and Understanding Biology"
Feb to Mar
27 to 03
TMS, the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society, holds it annual meeting in February in Anaheim, Calif.
15 to 20
The conference brings the astrobiology community together every two years to share research, collaborate, and plan for the future.