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Using a new philanthropic grant, Georgia Tech will hire software engineers to write scalable, reliable, and portable open-source software for scientific research.
One of two ships involved in collecting data for the study sailing in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Photo credit: Tara Clemente.
In new research published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, Georgia Tech researchers collaborate with 13 other institutions to shed light on how scarce resources in the open ocean may support such diverse microbial communities.
Enhanced Image by Gerald Eichstädt and Sean Doran (CC BY-NC-SA)/NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS
New NASA satellite images of polar cyclones on Jupiter are helping Annalisa Bracco and a network of fellow scientists understand the forces and fluid dynamics that drive these unique weather patterns.
Cancer survivors rank disorders in gait, balance, and skilled movements among the most distressing, long-term consequences of chemotherapy. (Photo: CDC)
Tim Cope and Nick Housley unravel the neural pathways behind complex sensory and motor side effects of chemotherapy, share why scientists should focus on "all of the possible neural processes that deliver sensory or motor problems to a patient’s brain"
James Stringfellow
James Stringfellow, an employment specialist with experience helping Atlanta’s veterans and entertainment industry, will now assist College of Sciences students and instructors with career mapping, planning, and workforce issues.
A look at the structure of the SOD1 protein. (Based on rendering of PDB 1AZV.)
Amit Reddi and Matthew Torres are leading an interdisciplinary team of scientists working on a class of antioxidant enzymes that paradoxically also produces a potentially harmful oxidant.
Africa is home to a diverse range of vertebrate ecosystems, including the most complete natural community of remaining terrestrial megafauna. (Photo: Jess Hunt-Ralston)
Jenny McGuire will study Africa's fossil record to inform conservation biology decisions and forecast how humans and climate affect wildlife — building a better understanding between animals, physical traits over time, response to environmental changes.


Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory are back for 2021-2022!
Feb to Mar
27 to 03
TMS, the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society, holds it annual meeting in February in Anaheim, Calif.
Visit campus for lab tours, hands-on STEAM activities, exhibits, demonstrations, opportunities to meet student researchers, and learn about the research and so much more happening at Tech.
The Georgia Tech Symposium on Materials Innovations will feature prominent external speakers, technical sessions, a student poster contest, complimentary reception, targeted recruiting, exhibitors, lab tours, and so much more!
Featuring Laura H. Greene Ph.D. | Member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and Chief Scientist of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory; Florida State University, University of Florida, and Los Alamos National Lab
15 to 20
The conference brings the astrobiology community together every two years to share research, collaborate, and plan for the future.