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Expanding the frontiers of science
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Ooooh, yeah! Physics prof Dan Goldman receives the nation's highest honor for young scientists, the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
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See how grad students are uncovering the origins of life.

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Dean Paul Goldbart led a group of faculty and a student who rocked the house at this year's homecoming festivities. Thanks to all the schools and all the party-goers who helped us blow the roof of the sucker.
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Undergraduate Bio major Elizabeth Kilborn says balance is the secret to becoming a star in both academics and tennis at Georgia Tech.

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Georgia Tech Chemistry and Biochemistry grad student Troy Alexander's discovery has been all over the news recently. This summer, Alexander found a hitherto unexplained web-tower-thing growing in the Amazon. Scientists are stumped as to what it is.

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Are those shoes you're wearing lab safe? What do you do when you splash acid in your eye? Georgia Tech's School of Chemistry and Biochemistry has developed this video, in the choose-your-own-adventure style to help you learn how to get through the lab in one piece. Click your answer (sorry, doesn't work on mobiles) when the time comes and see if you're right.

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How do you paint the Mona Lisa on a surface that's one-third the width of a human hair? Very carefully, using ThermoChemical NanoLithography, says a team of Georgia Tech physicists and chemists. 
http://b.gatech.edu/1b7bVk7

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This summer undergrads from universities across the country are coming to Tech to do research with our faculty. Earlier this month (left to right) Lydia Krause, Olivia Meyers, Nellie Ochs and Sahira McIntyre joined Georgia Tech Biology Professor Julia Kubanek in Sapelo Island. Here they sample pore water from a salt marsh to analyze drought conditions.
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Watch the promo for the Engineered Biosystems Building, the upcoming home for Georgia Tech Biology as well as some faculty from Georgia Tech Chemistry and Biochemistry, and see what all the buzz is about.

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Ellery Ingall from Georgia Tech Earth And Atmospheric Science goes to Antarctica to show how greedy algae can disrupt efforts for removing CO2 from the atmosphere.
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