TECH+knowledge+Y: Phantom Vibrations
INTRODUCING A NEW VIDEO SERIES FROM GEORGIA TECH
What is phantom vibration syndrome? If black holes are invisible and emit no light, how can scientists see and study them? You’ve heard of science fiction, but what about “skiffy” (spoiler alert: flying sharks!)?
These are among the questions and topics Georgia Tech researchers will answer and address in the Institute’s new, bi-monthly video series: TECH+knowledge+Y.
Faculty members from each of the Institute’s six colleges will explain new findings and studies, or simply break down complex topics in easy-to-understand terms. Their short videos will include graphics and animations, giving viewers something new or different to think about. From Mars, to cyberhacks, to the cool effects of lightning — what does Georgia Tech think? You’re about to see.