News Archive

Jenny McGuire in WyomingPBS Documentary (Credit WyomingPBS)
February 14, 2018
Jenny McGuire collects well-preserved fossils from Natural Trap Cave for her research.
Lewis Wheaton
February 13, 2018
The College of Sciences celebrates Black History Month by inviting the perspectives of African-American colleagues.
2018 Science Olympiad - Division C
February 12, 2018
CEISMC hosts Georgia Tech Division Atlanta C regional tournament for 2018 Science Olympiad.
Front Cover of "50 Years of First-Passage Percolation" (Courtesy of American Mathematical Society)
February 12, 2018
Book updates the state-of-the-art in the rapidly growing field.
Jim Sowell Explains Winter's Starry Nights
February 8, 2018
Three reasons why winter's starry nights are so clear and bright
High Flux Isotope Reactor, most powerful of its kind in the world
February 6, 2018
A pioneering glimpse inside elusive cell membranes exposes a major player in cell health but also in hepatitis C and in Alzheimer's.
Suddath crowd
February 4, 2018
Annual two-day event showcases thought leaders in microbiology research from Georgia Tech and beyond
Healthy vs damaged yeast (Courtesy of Yury Chernoff)
February 1, 2018
A Georgia Tech team and collaborators in Germany and Russia used yeast as a model to study human amyloids.
A January 2000 total lunar eclipse (Photo by NASA)
January 29, 2018
James Sowell, director of the Georgia Tech Observatory, has good and bad news for those wanting to watch Wednesday’s total lunar eclipse.
Professor Younan Xia
January 29, 2018
Researchers are providing information about the reaction kinetics involved in growing metallic nanocrystals.