College of Sciences

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Earth's hottest year was 2023. Here it is in graphs and photos External News Renay San Miguel
Wenjing Liao to Address American Mathematical Society Meeting News Renay San Miguel
Climate Feedback Loop: Aerosol Particles from African Wildfires Increase Fire Intensity and Spread External News Renay San Miguel
Alien technosignatures more likely to be found on oxygen-rich exoplanets. Here's why External News Renay San Miguel
In Defense of AI Hallucinations External News Renay San Miguel
Researchers develop first-ever functional graphene semiconductor External News Renay San Miguel
Evolution: Fast or Slow? Lizards Help Resolve a Paradox. External News Renay San Miguel
Florida's Frozen Iguana Phenomenon External News Renay San Miguel
Thomasville native selected for NSF IRES ASSURE Program External News Renay San Miguel
Surge in extreme forest fires fuels global emissions External News Renay San Miguel
Machine Learning Could be Key to Early Leakage Detection in Underground Carbon Storage Sites News Bryant Wine
How high-impact papers from Indian researchers are shaping science External News Renay San Miguel
Former Zoo Atlanta director Terry Maple dead at 77 External News Renay San Miguel
College of Sciences Appoints 11 New Endowed Faculty News sperrin6
Smart Solids: Zeb Rocklin Awarded NSF CAREER for Flexible Metamaterials Research News sperrin6