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Celebrating discovery and achievements in the sciences and mathematics—the podcast of the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech

Latest Episodes

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 10 - The Physics of the Ocean

The new dean of the Georgia Tech College of Sciences, Susan Lozier, is continuing her physical oceanography research as she takes the reins of her administrative duties in Tech Tower. She talks about her studies of “the global ocean conveyor belt,” her plans to get back to the ocean in 2020, and her commitment to mentorship.

20 MIN3 w ago
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 10 - The Physics of the Ocean

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 9 - Charting the Paths of Molecules

Cosmologistsuse computers simulations to recreate the birth of stars and black holes.James “JC”Gumbart, an associate professor in the School of Physics, goes in the other direction: He uses powerful hardware and software to chart the possible paths ofmolecules likeproteinsinhopes of finding solutions to problems like antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

15 MINNOV 13
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 9 - Charting the Paths of Molecules

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 8 - Digging Up Climate Clues in Peat Moss

Gardeners love peat moss; it’s great for growing. But Joel Kostka, professor in the School of Biological Sciences and the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, wonders if it serves as a warning sign for the impact of climate change on plants and microbes. He travels to a unique experimentation site in Minnesota to find answers to his questions.

20 MINNOV 6
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 8 - Digging Up Climate Clues in Peat Moss

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 7 - Finding the Magic in Materials Science

Georgia Tech science powers the technology behind TV and smartphone screens, thanks to breakthroughs in physics, chemistry, and materials science. Carlos Silva is adding to that legacy with his research into the next generation of semiconductors for electronic devices.

16 MINOCT 29
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 7 - Finding the Magic in Materials Science

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 6 - Unlocking the Mind-Body Connection

School of Biological Sciences Associate Professor Lewis Wheaton uses his Cognitive Motor Control Lab to research the neurological processes involved when people cope with the loss of a limb, a stroke, or a traumatic brain injury that can impact motor skills.

19 MINOCT 22
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 6 - Unlocking the Mind-Body Connection

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 5 - Clearing the Air About Aerosol Science

Sally Ng is one of the top experts in the world on aerosol science, the study of tiny particles in our atmosphere and what they mean for our climate,and our health. Ng, an associate professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, describes her worktesting air quality in the field,and in a special indoor lab that she designed.

18 MINOCT 15
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 5 - Clearing the Air About Aerosol Science

ScienceMatters: S03-E04: Using Math to Tour the Solar System

How can NASA stretch their fuel dollar for future missions to Jupiter and Saturn, and their potentially habitable moons? By using mathematical concepts that have been around for centuries. School of Mathematics Professor Rafael de la Llave is crunching the numbers for the space agency as it looks to save money during its next phase of exploration.

16 MINOCT 8
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ScienceMatters: S03-E04: Using Math to Tour the Solar System

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 3: The Search for Life at Earth’s Extremes

The search for life elsewhere in the Solar System can startatthe most inhospitableregions ofEarth, like Iceland’svolcanic landscape,or frigid Antarctic waters. Amanda Stockton, assistant professor with the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry,talks aboutherastrobiology work for NASA.

16 MINSEP 30
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 3: The Search for Life at Earth’s Extremes

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 2: The Search for Earth 2.0

How long has oxygen been in our planet’s atmosphere, and what could the answer mean for life on other planets? School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Chris Reinhard researches the early Earth, and potential Earths outside our solar system.

-1 sSEP 23
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 2: The Search for Earth 2.0

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 1: All About Control

What can Alfred Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest”teach us about payingattention? Are daydreamers really more intelligent and creative?Eric Schumacher, professor inthe School of Psychology, talks about his research into thebrainprocessknown as cognitive control, and what it could mean for the future of communications, work, and education.

16 MINSEP 17
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ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 1: All About Control

Latest Episodes

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 10 - The Physics of the Ocean

The new dean of the Georgia Tech College of Sciences, Susan Lozier, is continuing her physical oceanography research as she takes the reins of her administrative duties in Tech Tower. She talks about her studies of “the global ocean conveyor belt,” her plans to get back to the ocean in 2020, and her commitment to mentorship.

20 MIN3 w ago
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 10 - The Physics of the Ocean

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 9 - Charting the Paths of Molecules

Cosmologistsuse computers simulations to recreate the birth of stars and black holes.James “JC”Gumbart, an associate professor in the School of Physics, goes in the other direction: He uses powerful hardware and software to chart the possible paths ofmolecules likeproteinsinhopes of finding solutions to problems like antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

15 MINNOV 13
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 9 - Charting the Paths of Molecules

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 8 - Digging Up Climate Clues in Peat Moss

Gardeners love peat moss; it’s great for growing. But Joel Kostka, professor in the School of Biological Sciences and the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, wonders if it serves as a warning sign for the impact of climate change on plants and microbes. He travels to a unique experimentation site in Minnesota to find answers to his questions.

20 MINNOV 6
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 8 - Digging Up Climate Clues in Peat Moss

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 7 - Finding the Magic in Materials Science

Georgia Tech science powers the technology behind TV and smartphone screens, thanks to breakthroughs in physics, chemistry, and materials science. Carlos Silva is adding to that legacy with his research into the next generation of semiconductors for electronic devices.

16 MINOCT 29
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 7 - Finding the Magic in Materials Science

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 6 - Unlocking the Mind-Body Connection

School of Biological Sciences Associate Professor Lewis Wheaton uses his Cognitive Motor Control Lab to research the neurological processes involved when people cope with the loss of a limb, a stroke, or a traumatic brain injury that can impact motor skills.

19 MINOCT 22
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 6 - Unlocking the Mind-Body Connection

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 5 - Clearing the Air About Aerosol Science

Sally Ng is one of the top experts in the world on aerosol science, the study of tiny particles in our atmosphere and what they mean for our climate,and our health. Ng, an associate professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, describes her worktesting air quality in the field,and in a special indoor lab that she designed.

18 MINOCT 15
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 5 - Clearing the Air About Aerosol Science

ScienceMatters: S03-E04: Using Math to Tour the Solar System

How can NASA stretch their fuel dollar for future missions to Jupiter and Saturn, and their potentially habitable moons? By using mathematical concepts that have been around for centuries. School of Mathematics Professor Rafael de la Llave is crunching the numbers for the space agency as it looks to save money during its next phase of exploration.

16 MINOCT 8
Comments
ScienceMatters: S03-E04: Using Math to Tour the Solar System

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 3: The Search for Life at Earth’s Extremes

The search for life elsewhere in the Solar System can startatthe most inhospitableregions ofEarth, like Iceland’svolcanic landscape,or frigid Antarctic waters. Amanda Stockton, assistant professor with the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry,talks aboutherastrobiology work for NASA.

16 MINSEP 30
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 3: The Search for Life at Earth’s Extremes

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 2: The Search for Earth 2.0

How long has oxygen been in our planet’s atmosphere, and what could the answer mean for life on other planets? School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Chris Reinhard researches the early Earth, and potential Earths outside our solar system.

-1 sSEP 23
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 2: The Search for Earth 2.0

ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 1: All About Control

What can Alfred Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest”teach us about payingattention? Are daydreamers really more intelligent and creative?Eric Schumacher, professor inthe School of Psychology, talks about his research into thebrainprocessknown as cognitive control, and what it could mean for the future of communications, work, and education.

16 MINSEP 17
Comments
ScienceMatters - Season 3, Episode 1: All About Control
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