A team from the Opportunity Research Scholars Program installed a solar microgrid system in homes in Thoman, Haiti.
Talat Odman and his team will marry burn data with air quality data and cutting-edge computer modeling to understand the full impact of prescribed burns on air pollution and people’s health.
A team of scientists has developed a relatively simple mathematical explanation for the rogue ocean waves that can develop seemingly out of nowhere.
Improved "climate connectivity" will be needed by species in the Eastern United States.
A high-resolution model explains how soil erosion can affect carbon cycles
Faculty Upbeat After Road Trip to Oak Ridge National Lab
Georgia Tech’s arboretum status — official as of March — was an organic development stemming from a tree inventory in 2012.
Power to the People: Georgia Tech Student Group Brings Electric Power to Remote Haitian Health Center
A group of Georgia Tech students from the IEEE Power & Energy Society aim to improve access to clean, reliable power at a remote health center in one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere, using a solar-based microgrid.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has received the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) recognition award.
Researchers have discovered the fate of much of the fresh water that pours into the surrounding oceans as the Greenland ice sheet melts every summer.