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
A new modeling study conducted by researchers in Georgia Tech shows that for decades, air pollution drifting from East Asia out over the world’s largest ocean has contributed to oxygen levels falling in tropical waters thousands of miles away.
A new study shows the extent of the challenge faced by the upstate New York distribution grid during Super Storm Sandy.
Georgia Tech’s arboretum status — official as of March — was an organic development stemming from a tree inventory in 2012.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has received the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) recognition award.
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.
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.