News Archive

2019: A very good year
December 12, 2019
The College of Sciences had abundant reasons to celebrate in 2019. It started the year by honoring a 150-year-old icon that remains relevant in labs and classrooms.    
(From left) Hongyi Zhou, Jeffrey Skolnick, and Mu Gao (Courtesy of Jeff Skolnick)
December 11, 2019
How chiral systems emerged is one of the key questions of origins-of-life research. Many explanations have been proposed. Now a Georgia Tech team examining the problem suggests that stability is what drove the emergence of chiral systems.
Fall 2019 Graduates
December 10, 2019
They chose to study at Georgia Tech. Once here, they discovered that the academic rigor and leading-edge science research they’ve heard so much about is true – and demands their best. Some found Tech overwhelming at times, but all succeeded.
2019 Highly Cited Researchers from the College of Sciences
December 6, 2019
The College of Sciences has five scientists included in the 2019 Clarivate Analytics' Highly Cited Researchers list. They are among 12 Georgia Tech researchers chosen for the list, compiled annually by Clarivate's Web of Science group.
Henry La Pierre
December 5, 2019
To celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table, Tech students, faculty, and staff talk about their favorite elements. For December, we have Henry "Pete" La Pierre, from the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry.  
Lynn Fountain
December 4, 2019
The Women in Technology organization selected Lynn Fountain as the 2019 Woman of the Year for Non-Profit Educational Institution. Fountain earned a Ph.D. in physics from Georgia Tech. She is a principal research scientist at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).
2019 SM Quiz Winner Harshavardhan Murali
December 4, 2019
Harshavardhan Murali, a third-year physics Ph.D., wins quiz 7 of ScienceMatters Season 3.
Lucrezia De Pascalis
December 3, 2019
Lucrezia De Pascalis, a fourth-year chemistry Ph.D. student, wins quiz 10 of ScienceMatters Season 3.
Jay Suttapitugsakul
November 25, 2019
Chemistry Ph.D. student Jay Suttapitugsakul wins 3rd place in 2019 3MT competition.
El Nino globe images 1997 and 2015
November 25, 2019
Finally, enough physical evidence spanning millennia has come together to say definitively that: El Ninos, La Ninas, and the climate phenomenon that drives them have become more extreme in the times of human-induced climate change.