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Four graduate students win national awards
Congratulations to the following graduate students from the School of Chemistry & Biochemistry on the recent receipt of prestigious nationally competitive awards:  Leonard Nyadong, Clint South,  Shannon Watt, and Gary Dobbs. (full story...)

We all live in a yellow ...  underwater research station!
National Georgraphic Channel - October 25, 2007
60 Feet beneath the surface, around 3 and a half miles off Florida's Key Largo, lies the Aquarius Station. Owned by NOAA, its the only underwater laboratory in the world. Here scientists study the coral reefs of this sunlit zone.  . . Biology professor Mark Hay from Georgia Tech is conducting research at Aquarius, and sheds some light of his own on life aboard Aquarius. ( watch the video... | NOAA's Aquarius )

2007 results announced: Best places to work in Academia
The Scientist's readers this year ranked Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston as the Best Place to Work in Academia in the U.S. and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada as the top international institution. In the survey, published in the November issue of The Scientist, GEORGIA TECH ranked number 14. (full story...)

A conversation with Georgia science teacher & GIFT  program  participant Candice Jones
Clayton county science teacher Candice Jones talks about her GIFT (Georgia Intern-Fellowships for Teachers) summer trip to China with researchers from the school of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences to study  mounting problems with pollution in the atmosphere there.  (full story... | G.I.F.T)

A better definition for the Kilogram?
Two Tech emeritus professors say it's time to define the kilogram in a new and more elegant way. They've made a proposal to redefine the kilogram as the mass of a very large - but precisely specified-number of carbon-12 atoms. The official kilogram – a cylinder cast 118 years ago from platinum and iridium and known as the International Prototype Kilogram or “Le Gran K” – has been losing mass, about 50 micrograms at last check. The change is occurring despite careful storage at a facility near Paris.  (full story...)

Upcoming Events:

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Campus Calendar
Public Nights@Observatory
Spintronics & Surfaces:
the 2007 Nobel Prizes in
Physics & Chemistry
Nov. 28, 3PM, Howey LR3

See Also:

GT Alumni Resources

Alumni Association

CoS in the News
Cooler heads and climate change
Top climate scientist debunks Lomborg in the Washington Post
Nanoparticle reveals sulfur's Midas touch
CUH2A wins honor award at 2007 Brick Design Awards
Georgia Tech president honored for U.S. competitiveness initiative
Gingrich, Maple release new book
Faculty members share in Nobel

New Initiatives@Tech

Energy@Georgia Tech

Conservation@Georgia Tech

Georgia Water Resources Institute

Alumni Classnotes

  Rena Faye Norby, Phys'71
  Authored book chapter!

  Pete Dillenbeck, Psych'81
  Award for Katrina service!
    Syed Naseeruddin, Chem'86
  Team physician!
  Jeanette Gretsch, Chem'90
  Baby off to college!

  Susan Davis, Bio'91
  Beijing Olympics...!

  Michael Toedt, Phys'91
  Jay Debnath, Chem'92
  Featured Speaker!
  Phyllis GingreyCollins,Bio97
  Opened law firm!

  Jill Chambers Lang, Bio'97
  New baby!
  Katie Filaski, Chem'03
  Research contest winner!
  Rachel Giese, Chem'05
  Research contest winner!
  Meagan Spencer, Chem'05
  Pharm school/Engaged!

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