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Ant raft closeup

In water, ants tend to flail and actively repel each other but are drawn together by physics

Brookhaven Family Dentistry owner Dr. Andrew Kokabi presents Huntley Hills Elementary Principal Mia Ford with a check from his practice's "Brighten Your Smile, Better Your World" campaign. (Photo Brookhaven Family Dentistry)

Andrew Kokabi, B.S. BIO 2000, credits Georgia Tech for his work ethic and community service goals, sharing that a sciences degree can boost students’ opportunities in medical school

Ten Georgia Tech students were selected for the 2022 Millennium Fellowship, a joint leadership program of the Millennium Campus Network (MCN) and the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI).

College of Sciences students have been invited to join the latest cohort, which is a joint leadership program between the Millennium Campus Network (MCN) and United Nations Academic Impact.

A research enclosure at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's SPRUCE facility in northern Minnesota. (Photo Joel Kostka)

School of Biological Sciences Professor Joel Kostka’s decade of research in Minnesota peatlands has received a boost from a new Department of Energy grant, set to explore how science can address climate change with emphasis on carbon storage.