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Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) researcher Surabhi Sachdev is co-leading the development of early-warning software to nab neutron-star mergers more quickly. "In the next run, we might be able to catch one of the neutron star mergers 10 seconds ahead of time," says Sachdev. "By the fifth run, we believe we can catch one with a full minute of warning."
Atlanta Science Festival attendees engaged in a demonstration. Credit: Atlanta Science Festival.
For STEAM enthusiasts across Atlanta, the month of March is a highlight of the year for one big reason: the Atlanta Science Festival. We spoke with some of the event organizers to get a sneak peek at what this year's festival will have to offer.
IceFin maps the Ross Ice Shelf near Kamb Ice Stream. (Icefin/NASA PSTAR RISE UP/Schmidt/Quartini)
The Icefin robot’s unprecedented look inside a crevasse, and observations revealing more than a century of geological processes beneath the ice shelf, are detailed in a new paper in Nature Geoscience.
Loop Currents, Electrons, and Honeycombs
The transformation allows for a billion percent increase in the material’s conductivity and could lead to a new paradigm for quantum devices.
Tech Tower
Over 15 faculty from the College of Sciences have been recognized for their teaching excellence by Georgia Tech’s Center for Teaching and Learning in the Fall 2022 Course Instructor Opinion Survey.
College of Sciences 2022 Summer REU Retreat, Amicalola Falls, GA.
Georgia Tech’s College of Sciences Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) offers summer programs for 2023.
Earth (Credit: NASA/Joshua Stevens)
The expanded undergraduate degree offerings are designed to continue Georgia Tech’s reputation for academic rigor — and also reflect trends in student interests, as well as current and forecasted needs in the job marketplace.