Professor Ching-Hua Huang and two graduate students will study whether a process called ozone-biologically active filtration can clean wastewater enough to meet high drinking-water quality standards.
NSF to establish multi-university center to explore nature and engineering.
Researchers have developed a new capacitor dielectric material that provides an electrical energy storage capacity rivaling certain batteries.
Georgia Tech identified least-cost clean power pathways that would lower household electricity bills and reduce carbon pollution.
Crittenden Wins Clarke Prize for Contributions to Water Sustainability and Water Treatment Technology
The National Water Research Institute prize is considered one of the world’s top honors in water research.
Twelve faculty members have been selected to the inaugural class of fellows with the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems.
Students in Data Science for Social Good show non-profits and government agencies how data can tackle social and societal problems.
Georgia Tech is known for a lot of things. But did you know that Georgia Tech is also becoming recognized for its thoughtful stewardship of its trees?
A growing interest in thermoelectric materials and pressure to improve cooling of microelectronic devices has produced new research on heat transfer.
Patricia Mokhtarian, professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering, looks at how the addition of a big box store reduced carbon emissions in Davis, California.