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El Niño Warming Causes Significant Coral Damage in Central Pacific

Current El Niño conditions in the Pacific Ocean are seriously damaging coral reefs.
Ribosome grew like a tree

Looking Back 3.8 Billion Years into the Root of the “Tree of Life”

Researchers are tapping information found in the cells of all life on Earth, and using it to trace life’s evolution.
UPLC-MS analysis of samples

Metabolic Profiles Distinguish Early Stage Ovarian Cancer with Unprecedented Accuracy

A new study has produced a set of biomarkers that may enable development of an accurate ovarian cancer screening test.
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Large-Scale Modeling Shows Confinement Effects on Cell Macromolecules

Researchers have shown the effects of confinement on macromolecules inside simulated cells.
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Georgia Tech trains Watson AI to 'chat,' spark more creativity in humans

Georgia Institute of Technology researchers are exploring and pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence (AI) by partnering with one of AI’s most notable citizens — IBM’s Watson — to advance how computers help humans creatively solve problems.

Tech in the News

Science papers rarely cited in negative ways

Inside the human blood-drinking, ‘real vampire’ community of New Orleans

'No Camping,' and Other Laws That Sneakily Push the Homeless Away

Campus News

Home for the Holidays

Hearty Helping of Hospitality for Thanksgiving

In its second year, Georgia Tech SGA's Home for the Holidays makes sure that dozens of students from around the world have somewhere to spend the holiday.
Georgia Tech AAAS Fellows for 2015

Six Faculty Named 2015 AAAS Fellows

Fellows are elected by their peers in recognition of distinguished contributions to science or its application.
Transgender @ Tech

Workshop Explores Challenges Facing Transgender Community

The LGBTQIA Resource Center, Student Center, and Student Diversity Programs hosted Transgender @ Tech — the first workshop of its kind — earlier this month.
International Education Week

Georgia Tech’s International Community, On and Off Campus

At Tech, 52 percent of students have an international experience before they graduate, and many students come from other countries to call Tech home for a semester or more.
Complete College Georgia - Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Reaches New Heights in Academic Success

Georgia Tech set new records in retention and graduation rates.

News Blog

Cooking corals on Christmas Island

On this remote island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, corals are being put to the test of their lives as water temperatures soar to a staggering 31C (88F). The current El Niño event is responsible for the large-scale warming across the equatorial Pacific, but water temperatures have been...

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Kim Cobb

Kim Cobb

Associate Professor
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences

What Should the U.S. Do About ISIL?

Before joining the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs as an associate professor, Magaret Kosal served as science and technology advisor within the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She recently returned to Georgia Tech after serving as an advisor to the Chief of Staff of...

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Margaret Kosal

Margaret Kosal

Assistant Professor of International Affairs
The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts 

Why Supercomputing is the Engine for Modern Science

This week, Georgia Tech attends Supercomputing ’15 – an annual, premier conference for thousands of computationalists who act “under the hood” for other professionals. A contingent of more than 50 faculty, researchers and students from Georgia Tech will showcase recent scientific advances and...

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Edmond Chow

Edmond Chow

Associate Professor
School of Computational Science and Engineering, College of Computing