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Tectonic plates colliding deep below the ocean's surface can trigger major earthquakes and tsunamis. A new study from a collaborative team of scientists shows that water may play a bigger role than previously understood in the magnitude of these quakes: https://t.co/FnNvKE0h3q 💙 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Tectonic plates colliding deep below the ocean's surface can trigger major earthquakes and tsunamis. A new study from a collaborative team of scientists shows that water may play a bigger role than previously understood in the magnitude of these quakes: https://t.co/FnNvKE0h3q 💙

In June, the first-ever joint symposium of the Center for Microbial Dynamics and Infection at Georgia Tech (CMDI) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) brought together interdisciplinary researchers to discuss infectious disease dynamics: https://t.co/t9bHjuay4K💚 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

In June, the first-ever joint symposium of the Center for Microbial Dynamics and Infection at Georgia Tech (CMDI) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) brought together interdisciplinary researchers to discuss infectious disease dynamics: https://t.co/t9bHjuay4K💚

A quartet of School of Physics researchers has come up with a roadmap that blends powerful new machine learning tools with traditional scientific investigative techniques in the hopes of solving the biggest problems in science, engineering, and medicine: https://t.co/O2CRcwXCNf💛 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

A quartet of School of Physics researchers has come up with a roadmap that blends powerful new machine learning tools with traditional scientific investigative techniques in the hopes of solving the biggest problems in science, engineering, and medicine: https://t.co/O2CRcwXCNf💛

SPRUCE (Spruce and Peatland Responses Under Changing Environments) experiment study shows elevated levels of greenhouse gases 🌎 emerging from carbon-rich peatlands. Learn more at: https://t.co/fuHuPcxcVJ 💚 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

SPRUCE (Spruce and Peatland Responses Under Changing Environments) experiment study shows elevated levels of greenhouse gases 🌎 emerging from carbon-rich peatlands. Learn more at: https://t.co/fuHuPcxcVJ 💚

Jennifer Leavey and Carrie Shepler have accepted appointments as assistant deans in the College of Sciences Dean’s Office at the Georgia Institute of Technology effective July 1, 2021. Congratulations to them both 🎉! Read more at: https://t.co/UbKYuOgqpT ❤️ @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Jennifer Leavey and Carrie Shepler have accepted appointments as assistant deans in the College of Sciences Dean’s Office at the Georgia Institute of Technology effective July 1, 2021. Congratulations to them both 🎉! Read more at: https://t.co/UbKYuOgqpT ❤️

Today, we are thrilled to announce Laura Cadonati as associate dean for Research for @GTSciences — along with new assistant deans Jennifer Leavey, Faculty Mentoring and Carrie Shepler, Teaching Effectiveness 👩🏻‍🔬✨

Learn more: https://t.co/oLlhNnNXx8 and https://t.co/bVLcFhS84u @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Today, we are thrilled to announce Laura Cadonati as associate dean for Research for @GTSciences — along with new assistant deans Jennifer Leavey, Faculty Mentoring and Carrie Shepler, Teaching Effectiveness 👩🏻‍🔬✨ Learn more: https://t.co/oLlhNnNXx8 and https://t.co/bVLcFhS84u

New research from Georgia Tech finds that elephants 🐘 dilate their nostrils to create more space in their trunks, allowing them to store up to 5.5 liters of water💧. They also suck up three liters per second — a speed 30 times faster than a human sneeze: https://t.co/afuuHFju1N @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

New research from Georgia Tech finds that elephants 🐘 dilate their nostrils to create more space in their trunks, allowing them to store up to 5.5 liters of water💧. They also suck up three liters per second — a speed 30 times faster than a human sneeze: https://t.co/afuuHFju1N

Emily Alicea-Muñoz, an academic professional in the School of Physics, shares her journey with breast cancer, advice for supporting loved ones living with cancer, and hopes for the future of cancer research: https://t.co/0DK34E4t8J ❤️ @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Emily Alicea-Muñoz, an academic professional in the School of Physics, shares her journey with breast cancer, advice for supporting loved ones living with cancer, and hopes for the future of cancer research: https://t.co/0DK34E4t8J ❤️

Science *and* comedy? Yes please.
Join us tonight for iGniTe Comedy Hour with your fave @GTSciences faculty @jenniferleavey @briankhammer and Lew Lefton!

Watch online or IRL 6:30-7:30p ET:
Stream: https://t.co/cNW1ziESn0
Ferst Center: https://t.co/kxUPnLABDg @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Science *and* comedy? Yes please. Join us tonight for iGniTe Comedy Hour with your fave @GTSciences faculty @jenniferleavey @briankhammer and Lew Lefton! Watch online or IRL 6:30-7:30p ET: Stream: https://t.co/cNW1ziESn0 Ferst Center: https://t.co/kxUPnLABDg

Georgia Tech and the U.S. DOE's NREL have entered into an agreement to bolster the interactions, collaborations, and scientific output of both institutions. They plan to solve big problems, sustain/engage human capital, and accelerate technology adoption: https://t.co/tMp7YccazF @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Georgia Tech and the U.S. DOE's NREL have entered into an agreement to bolster the interactions, collaborations, and scientific output of both institutions. They plan to solve big problems, sustain/engage human capital, and accelerate technology adoption: https://t.co/tMp7YccazF

Congratulations to the 1️⃣st class of the BBISS Research Assistant Scholars: Bettina Arkhurst, Katherine Duchesneau, Marjorie Hall, Meaghan McSorley, Udita Ringania, Ioanna Maria Spyrou, and Yilun 'Elon' Zha! 🎉 To read more, visit: https://t.co/dm5JL58u3c @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Congratulations to the 1️⃣st class of the BBISS Research Assistant Scholars: Bettina Arkhurst, Katherine Duchesneau, Marjorie Hall, Meaghan McSorley, Udita Ringania, Ioanna Maria Spyrou, and Yilun 'Elon' Zha! 🎉 To read more, visit: https://t.co/dm5JL58u3c

IBB’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee is having its first Ice Cream Social 🍨 to commemorate Juneteenth and renew in-person community. It takes place tomorrow, June 25th, in the IBB Suddath Courtyard at noon. It is open to all in the bio-community, while supplies last! @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

IBB’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee is having its first Ice Cream Social 🍨 to commemorate Juneteenth and renew in-person community. It takes place tomorrow, June 25th, in the IBB Suddath Courtyard at noon. It is open to all in the bio-community, while supplies last!

Happy Pride Month! 🌈 This year Georgia Tech’s LGBTQIA Resource Center will host events to mark Pride after students and staff return to campus in the fall! To learn more on how to support LGBTQIA+ students and staff, visit https://t.co/KswjQNworV 💛 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Happy Pride Month! 🌈 This year Georgia Tech’s LGBTQIA Resource Center will host events to mark Pride after students and staff return to campus in the fall! To learn more on how to support LGBTQIA+ students and staff, visit https://t.co/KswjQNworV 💛

Join @GT_OMED online at 11a and on Tech Green at 1p today to commemorate #Juneteenth, the national holiday celebrating African American freedom and remembering Emancipation Day — June 19, 1865 — when Union soldiers at last arrived in Texas with news of the end of the Civil War. @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Join @GT_OMED online at 11a and on Tech Green at 1p today to commemorate #Juneteenth, the national holiday celebrating African American freedom and remembering Emancipation Day — June 19, 1865 — when Union soldiers at last arrived in Texas with news of the end of the Civil War.

Inspired by plant roots and octopuses, physicists at @GeorgiaTech and engineers at @UCSantaBarbara are exploring the subterranean world with a new burrowing robot that's soft, fast, steerable — and pretty cute🐛

Learn more in June @SciRobotics and at https://t.co/K2VI9PwnbW @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Inspired by plant roots and octopuses, physicists at @GeorgiaTech and engineers at @UCSantaBarbara are exploring the subterranean world with a new burrowing robot that's soft, fast, steerable — and pretty cute🐛 Learn more in June @SciRobotics and at https://t.co/K2VI9PwnbW

The Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’s Office of Minority Educational Development and several campus Black student organizations will host a Juneteenth virtual discussion event Friday, June 18, 11 a.m. - noon. Tune in at https://t.co/Qla19Zw0SF 💛 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

The Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’s Office of Minority Educational Development and several campus Black student organizations will host a Juneteenth virtual discussion event Friday, June 18, 11 a.m. - noon. Tune in at https://t.co/Qla19Zw0SF 💛

Georgia Tech Institute for Materials (IMat) has created a new Science Advisor position and a team 👥 of Initiative Leaders to shape the future of IMat. Congratulations to the new Science Advisor and Initiative Leads 🎉. Read more at: https://t.co/pMln8ilcE5 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Georgia Tech Institute for Materials (IMat) has created a new Science Advisor position and a team 👥 of Initiative Leaders to shape the future of IMat. Congratulations to the new Science Advisor and Initiative Leads 🎉. Read more at: https://t.co/pMln8ilcE5

Peatlands store about a third of Earth’s soil carbon 🌲 A global research team is working in Minnesota peat bogs on an unprecedented @ENERGY study, forecasting climate change in these ecosystems — and unearthing concerning news on certain greenhouse gases: https://t.co/K41ZAv21XG @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Peatlands store about a third of Earth’s soil carbon 🌲 A global research team is working in Minnesota peat bogs on an unprecedented @ENERGY study, forecasting climate change in these ecosystems — and unearthing concerning news on certain greenhouse gases: https://t.co/K41ZAv21XG

Did you know chronic skin itching drives more people to the dermatologist than any other condition? 👐 In a recent study, School of Biological Sciences researchers identified a specific neuron population that controls itching in ‘glabrous’ skin: https://t.co/Uz1T9h5A1a💛 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

Did you know chronic skin itching drives more people to the dermatologist than any other condition? 👐 In a recent study, School of Biological Sciences researchers identified a specific neuron population that controls itching in ‘glabrous’ skin: https://t.co/Uz1T9h5A1a💛

School of Biological Sciences’ Adam Decker led the initiative to add cadaveric specimens to the anatomy curriculum at Georgia Tech. Now, he’s looking at how technology and training can complement “hands-on anatomy” the first-of-its-kind effort on campus: https://t.co/WIGyLKwZWO🫀 @GTSciences Georgia Tech College of Sciences Videos and pictures

School of Biological Sciences’ Adam Decker led the initiative to add cadaveric specimens to the anatomy curriculum at Georgia Tech. Now, he’s looking at how technology and training can complement “hands-on anatomy” the first-of-its-kind effort on campus: https://t.co/WIGyLKwZWO🫀