Congrats to our newest Georgia Tech Astrobiology Certificate Recipient, Chemistry PhD candidate, Tyler Roche!
Thank to funding from College of Sciences, artistic design and organization by Taylor Plattner, and hard work of Belal Elnaggar, we now have GT Astrobiology t-shirts!
Group photo to come this fall!
Here are Belal Elnaggar, Claire Elbon, and Abbie Johnson sporting the new shirts!
Please join me in welcoming onboard the new co-director of the Georgia Tech Astrobiology Program: Dr. Frances Rivera-Hernández ! Dr. Rivera-Hernández will be leading the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Seminar Series starting this fall 2021. Read more about Dr. Rivera-Hernández and her exciting research below!
Congratulations to Oscar Klempay, our first Astrobiology Graduate Certificate recipient from Aerospace Engineering!
The GT Astrobiology Program was funded by College of Sciences Strategic Goals and the Sutherland Dean’s Chair for an infusion of $69k over the next three years!
We plan to use this award to fund student fellowships, ExplOrigins symposia, seminar speakers, student travel support, and creation of a new Astrobiology Undergraduate Certificate program!
Congratulations to Maria Granada, our first Astrobiology Graduate Certificate recipient from Biological Sciences!
Read Maria’s sci comm project here.
We are very proud of Mirza Samnani Georgia Tech Aerospace Engineering graduate student & GT Astrobiology Graduate Certificate Program Candidate, who invented this life-saving robot!
Tech student Mirza Samnani used parts and pieces from previous projects to build robots that were used to deliver food and medicine to Covid-19 hospital patients. He also made India's first-ever CPR assistance machine and it saved a patient's life. -- https://t.co/6EIeZ2cugi pic.twitter.com/zstrOlcUS4— Georgia Tech (@GeorgiaTech) April 13, 2021