News Archive

October 4, 2018

Two billion years ago, Earth’s biosphere made much less oxygen than today, study finds.

October 4, 2018

Georgia Tech chemist M.G. Finn explains the significance of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Kimberly Chen with ScienceMatters host Renay San Miguel
October 4, 2018
Kimberly Chen, a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Biological Sciences, wins Episode 6 quiz
Elaine M. Hubbard
October 3, 2018
Endowment creates School of Mathematics' first endowed faculty chair.
Arthur Ashkin wins 2018 Nobel Prize for optical tweezers (Courtesy of Nobel Media)
October 3, 2018
Georgia Tech physicist Jennifer Curtis explains.
Winners of 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (Courtesy of Nobel Media)
October 2, 2018
The winners’ revolutionary discoveries represent a major breakthrough, have saved many lives.
Kim Cobb on WSB TV2
October 1, 2018
On WSB-TV2, Kim Cobb describes first results from sea-level sensors deployed in Savannah.
Simulation of direct collapse black hole
October 1, 2018
Direct formation of black holes from galaxies being born would be accompanied by specific kinds of intense radiation and would spawn massive metal-free stars
Leucine Zipper aka Jennifer Leavey (Courtesy of Jennifer Leavey)
October 1, 2018
A science punk rock band and an irreverent science magazine are just some of the tools Leavey uses to hook students into science
Sachin Kothandaraman and College of Sciences Interim Dean David Collard
September 26, 2018
Sachin S. Y. Kothandaraman, bioinformatics grad student, wins Episode 5 quiz