The Artemis I rocket launch is a major step in NASA's return to Earth's moon. Hear from seven Georgia Tech experts on why we're going and what we might find, the science and politics of space, and predictions on the broader future of space exploration.
Three researchers from the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences are leading astrobiology’s largest national conference focused on the origins of life.
NASA officials and politicans tour Georgia Tech to look at the latest space exploration research.
Amanda Stockton's NASA-related astrobiology work is the focus of ScienceMatters Season 3 Episode 3.
Conwell’s decade of leadership in growing the Center for Chemical Evolution wins her top award from Executive Vice President for Research
The cover story for the August 6, 2020 issue of Nature features the optical observations of lightning flashes on Jupiter made by the Juno spacecraft.
Researcher is ending 2020 by winning a top award in his discipline, co-authoring an attention-getting study on water on the Moon, and sharing in national exposure for his research in a major NASA space project
NSF and NASA-funded Georgia Tech-based center completes its 10-year run with a deep impact on origins of life studies — and a cadre of early career scientists ready to take the reins on future research efforts
A new agreement with NASA puts Georgia Tech on a mission to find water on the Moon
Colleges of Sciences, Engineering continue their collaboration on space science projects, including NASA’s return to the Moon