Driving Change: Georgia Tech Experts Lead in Electrification of America’s Roads
Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular, and with economic and environmental impacts colliding, Georgia Tech experts are leading the way in the development of next-generation solutions.
SDG Week Highlights Sustainable Development Goals
The campus community is invited to participate in a variety of events that increase awareness of and encourage actions that advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Super-fast Insect Urination Powered by the Physics of Superpropulsion
Tiny insects known as sharpshooters excrete by catapulting urine drops at incredible accelerations. Their excretion is the first example of superpropulsion discovered in a biological system.
Mycorrhizal Types Control Biodiversity Effects on Productivity
An international, collaborative team of researchers shed light on how fungi and plant roots work together to gather nutrients — and how the diversity of plant species may impact the process.
Georgia Tech Experts Weigh In on Massive Turkey-Syria Earthquake
Faculty with ties to Turkey and earthquake research are closely monitoring the situation.
Research Reveals Thermal Instability of Solar Cells but Offers a Bright Path Forward
Their work reveals what goes wrong within the cells’ interface layers.
Vice President’s Visit Brings Climate Change Discussion to Forefront
With the Ferst Center filled to the brim Wednesday, Georgia Tech hosted Vice President Kamala Harris for a discussion about the climate crisis, which she called a transformational moment in America.
Machine Learning Predicts Biodiversity and Resilience in the Coral Triangle
The team's new methodology offers hope for better coral connectivity monitoring and protection in the future.
The Plants Seeking Refuge Across Our Dynamically Changing Planet
Researchers investigate how trees have moved across geography over time, where they’re heading, and why it’s important.
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences to Offer Three New Undergraduate Degrees — Including Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Major
The expanded undergraduate degree offerings are designed to continue Georgia Tech’s reputation for academic rigor — and also reflect trends in student interests, as well as current and forecasted needs in the job marketplace.