Researchers Help Maritime Industry Navigate Toward Sustainability

Georgia Tech researchers are developing sustainable ocean shipping solutions to meet global emissions targets through eco-friendly fuels, optimized supply chains, and life-cycle assessments.

From Roots to Resilience: Investigating the Vital Role of Microbes in Coastal Plant Health

Understanding how salt marsh grass stays healthy is of crucial ecological importance, and studying the ways bacteria interact with these plants is key.

Tropical Revelations: Unearthing the Impacts of Hydrological Sensitivity on Global Rainfall

Georgia Tech researcher investigates how rainfall will change as Earth’s atmosphere heats up.

James Stroud Named Early Career Fellow by Ecological Society of America

Stroud joins nine newly appointed Fellows and ten ESA Early Career Fellows, elected for "advancing the science of ecology and showing promise for continuing contributions" in the field.

Unique Program Offers Campus Research Opportunities for Online Students

A new collaboration is paving the way for OMSCS students to connect with interdisciplinary research projects in labs across campus.

New Approach Could Make Reusing Captured Carbon Far Cheaper, Less Energy-Intensive

A team led by Marta Hatzell designed a new electrochemical reactor to seamlessly integrate into direct air capture systems and turn CO2 into useful raw materials.

Climate Action Plan Provides Road Map to Net-Zero Emissions 

Georgia Tech’s Climate Action Plan outlines mitigation and adaptation strategies for reaching net-zero emissions on campus by 2050 and contributing to global solutions through education and research.

Earth Month Features Sustainability Events

April is Earth Month with a full calendar of events open to the campus community.

Growing Bacteria in Space with Astronauts

Georgia Tech researchers are teaming up with NASA to study bacteria on the International Space Station to help define how scientists and healthcare professionals combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria for long-duration space missions.

Video Illustrates Interactive Tech Created to Help Understand Dolphin Communication

A new video from Georgia Tech's College of Computing highlights Professor Thad Starner's collaboration with the Wild Dolphin Project.