The College of Sciences was created by a separation from the College of Sciences and Liberal Studies. The new College was established in anticipation of the growing importance of interdisciplinary scientific technology-and its establishment has proven to be both wise and timely.

Sub-communities within this community

  • School of Applied Physiology (AP) [111]

    Applied Physiology offers cutting-edge instruction coupled with sound clinical training and a foundation in movement science.
  • School of Biology [854]

    Faculty research interests are within four broad categories: Ecology, Evolution and Behavior (sensory and chemical ecology, marine sciences), Microbiology (environmental, molecular), Cell and Molecular Biology (including ...
  • School of Chemistry and Biochemistry [1697]

    Georgia Tech's School of Chemistry and Biochemistry includes 34 faculty members with a wide variety of interests in chemical research and education. The department attracts a high level of research funding and individual ...
  • School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) [693]

    The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences prepares students for professional careers in environmental science and meteorology, and research careers in climate dynamics, atmospheric chemistry and air quality, oceanography, ...
  • School of Mathematics [635]

    A unit of Georgia Tech's College of Sciences, is among the nation's top public university Mathematics departments
  • School of Physics (SoP) [910]

    The School of Physics at Georgia Tech is well known for its high academic standards and stands among the top ranked schools. It offers a dynamic environment for research and education in many areas of physics.
  • School of Psychology [796]

    The School of Psychology advances scientifically derived knowledge of human and animal behavior through research; transmits that knowledge through publication and teaching; and applies that knowledge to the betterment ...

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  • Celebration of 2018 Physics Nobel Prize: Lighting the way with microscopic tractor beams and sculpted laser pulse 

    Curtis, Jennifer; Raman, Chandra; Trebino, Rick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-10-23)
    The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics recognizes two breakthrough inventions in laser physics. The first, optical tweezers, allows scientist and engineers to use lasers like the tractor beams of Star Trek to manipulate everything ...
  • Non-Euclidean Virtual Reality 

    Matsumoto, Elisabetta (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-10-15)
    The 2016 confirmation of Einstein's prediction of gravitational waves has put the spotlight back on the importance of curvature for the physics of the universe. While the ability of mass to curve our space has fueled the ...
  • Task, Team and Technology Integration in High Technology Surgery 

    Catchpole, Ken (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-10-10)
    “I’ve spent the last 15 years studying safety and human performance in acute clinical care in general and surgery in particular. Using examples from cardiac, orthopaedic, neurological, spinal, trauma and urological ...
  • Implications of Moral Organizational Behavior for Employee Beliefs, Motivation, and Well-Being 

    Ford, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-09-26)
    Workers are often assumed to construe their organizations as entities and develop a reciprocal social exchange relationship resembling that with other humans. To the extent that this assumption holds true, workers hold ...
  • Work, Family, and Physiological Health 

    French, Kimberly (2018-09-19)
    Work and family are two core sources of personal identity, facilitating joy, accomplishment, and belonging. At the same time, work and family roles may conflict with one another, resulting in feelings of stress, strained ...
  • Ultra-high Resolution Astronomical imaging using quantum properties of light 

    Kieda, David B. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-10-01)
    Ever since the first astronomical telescope observations made by Galileo (1610), optical astronomy has developed increasingly sophisticated methods for exploring the universe using only the classical (wave-description) ...
  • Large girth approximate Steiner triple systems 

    Warnke, Lutz (2018-09-28)
    In 1973 Erdos asked whether there are n-vertex partial Steiner triple systems with arbitrary high girth and quadratically many triples. (Here girth is defined as the smallest integer g \ge 4 for which some g-element ...
  • WSC Podcast Episode 5: Employing People with Disabilities in the Modern Workforce 

    Fletcher, Keaton A.; O'Connor, Devin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-10-09)
    Host, Keaton Fletcher talks with Devin O'Connor, Founder of the Grow Group, about ways to better incorporate individuals with disabilities in the modern workforce and how the science and practice of management can better ...
  • When Will We Find E.T. and What Happens If We Do? 

    Shostak, Seth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-09-24)
    Are we alone in the universe? The scientific hunt for extraterrestrial intelligence is now well into its fifth decade, and we still haven’t discovered any cosmic company. Could all this mean that finding biology beyond ...
  • SETI: Any Closer to a Discovery? 

    Shostak, Seth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-09-24)
    Are we alone in the universe? The scientific hunt for extraterrestrial intelligence is now well into its fifth decade, and we still haven’t discovered any cosmic company. Could all this mean that finding biology beyond ...
  • Dimensionality assessment of proximity-based data in unfolding model applications 

    Williams, Elizabeth Jane (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-04-09)
    Dimensionality assessment of measurement instruments in psychology is no easy task. Within the field of IRT, much attention has been given to the issue of dimensionality assessment for item responses that are consistent ...
  • Routes to organizational influence: the facets of political skill and social network centrality 

    Bradshaw, Robert Patrick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-02-24)
    Political skill describes an individual’s ability to successfully navigate the political arena of organizations (Ferris et al., 2007). The present study tested whether political skill and its four dimensions (i.e., social ...
  • Effect of titanium dioxide nanoparticle on the redox regulatory network of cells 

    Khanal, Dipesh (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-04-27)
    The extensive industrial and commercial use of titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO2 NPs) in paints, cosmetics, and as food coloring additives is associated with high levels of TiO2 NPs released into the environment and ...
  • Organic donor-acceptor chromophore-catalyst assembly for solar fuels 

    Hollett, Joshua Stuart (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-01-12)
    In this thesis, a novel chromophore-catalyst molecular assembly is synthesized in the pursuit of affecting rapid water oxidation driven by light. The compound is inspired by previous work done in the lab of John R. Reynolds ...
  • Characterization of DNA duplex structure, stability and formation kinetics in a eutectic solvent and its aqueous mixtures 

    Laughlin, Brandon Patrick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-02-06)
    In this work, properties and behavior of DNA oligonucleotides in a non-aqueous eutectic comprised of glycerol and choline chloride mixed at varying ratios, as well as aqueous mixtures of the eutectic are explored. Physical ...
  • WSC Podcast Episode 4: Designing Coworking Spaces for Women 

    Fletcher, Keaton A.; Greenberg, Ali (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-08-25)
    Host Keaton Fletcher talks with Ali Greenberg, founder of The Broad, a coworking and community space for women and gender minorities in Richmond, Virginia. They discuss what it means to design a space with women in mind ...
  • Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Chronic Limb Ischemic Myopathy 

    Kim, Do Young Young
    Critical limb ischemia (CLI), the most advanced clinical manifestation of peripheral arterial disease (PAD), is associated with cycles of ischemia and reperfusion (I/R) that are thought to compromise the bioenergetics of ...
  • Generation and Stability of Charged Toroidal Droplets 

    Aizenman, Aaron
    In this project, we have determined the quantitative parameters governing the transition phases of charged toroidal droplets. An instability reminiscent of the Saffman-Taylor Instability (viscous fingers) has been observed ...
  • Earth's oxygen and phosphorus cycle and the evolution of animal life 

    Liu, Xinyi
    The purpose of this study is to reconstruct an environmental context for the emergence and expansion of early animal life during the Middle Proterozoic (∼1.8–0.8 billion years ago). Specifically, we examined the spatially ...
  • In-Situ Water Quality Monitoring for Resource-Constrained Areas 

    Johnson, Ann E
    Water-borne pathogens and unsafe water supplies are the cause of death for 1.7 million people every year [1]. Many of these people live in the developing world, where it can be difficult to manage water safety. The World ...

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