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Twenty-three Georgia Tech students take "Progress and Service" to a health clinic in Haiti — and bring a lot of lessons home.
While global warming shrinks ice caps, it's expanding “oxygen minimum zones,” where newly discovered bacteria are depleting waters of nitrogen, a nutrient essential to life. This could be creating imbalances.
A conference hosted recently by Tech’s Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain had participants look at how to blaze new paths in sustainable education and community engagement — and even took them into the field to get their hands (or rather, shoes) dirty.
Chatman is on a personal and professional mission to reduce paper usage — and that’s above and beyond her dedication to Georgia Tech’s green cleaning program.
Soaking certain carbon fiber composites in alcohol enables the pieces to be recycled
The 2014-2015 marine heatwave – often referred to as the “warm blob” – had its origins in weather patterns that started in late 2013.
Three initiatives demonstrate efforts in this department to reduce waste and optimize operations.
Roof-retrofitting plan to reduce a building’s energy demand was a course project
ECE Graduate Patrick Pierre’s Full Circle Journey
A team from the Opportunity Research Scholars Program installed a solar microgrid system in homes in Thoman, Haiti.

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