Georgia Tech Making Waves in Tsunami Research

Researchers develop volcanic tsunami simulator to closely study potential natural disasters ...

Thinning Ice Sheets May Drive Sharp Rise in Subglacial Waters

Up to twice the amount of subglacial water that was originally predicted might be draining into the ...

NSF RAPID Response to Earthquakes in Turkey

Zhigang Peng and graduate students Phuc Mach and Chang Ding are using small seismic sensors to bette...

Aluminum Materials Show Promising Performance for Safer, Cheaper, More Powerful Batteries

The team’s new battery system could enable electric vehicles to run longer on a single charge and wo...

Balancing Act of Hurricane Season Sways With Climate Change

Forecasts call for a near-normal hurricane season, but climate change could make future seasons more...

Secretary of Energy Discusses Clean Energy

Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm visited Georgia Tech to talk about President Joe Biden's ...

Georgia Tech Researchers to Lead Pioneering Space Wargaming Series

Mariel Borowitz and Jon Lindsay of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs will help lead a ser...

Scientists Unearth 20 Million Years of ‘Hot Spot’ Magmatism Under Cocos Plate

A team of scientists led by Georgia Tech have observed past episodic intraplate magmatism and corrob...

Inside-Out Heating and Ambient Wind Could Make Direct Air Capture Cheaper and More Efficient

Chemical engineers use coated carbon fibers and eliminate steam-based heating in their simpler desig...

New Georgia Tech Environmental Science Degree Launches

The interdisciplinary Environmental Science (ENVS) degree program, developed by faculty in the Schoo...