This week, University of Lynchburg physics professor and sports physicist Dr. John Eric Goff appeared on Playing with Science, a podcast on world-famous astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk radio network. Dr. […]
Over the past several weeks, University of Lynchburg physics professor Dr. John Eric Goff has been the go-to guy for reporters all over the world when it comes to the physics behind the Telstar 18 ball that’s being used at the 2018 World Cup soccer tournament in Russia.
The design of the 2018 World Cup soccer ball could make a huge difference in the game when the tournament begins in June, according to new research by Lynchburg College […]
Physics major and Westover Honors student Nick Savino ’19 will spend the summer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, in Tennessee, as part of an internship he got through the U.S. Department of Energy. For 10 weeks, he’ll work with scientists and other undergraduate researchers at the lab, which was founded as part of the Manhattan Project in 1943.
Lynchburg College Dr. Eric Goff has built on his reputation of sports physics expertise by lending his voice in nationally known podcasts and Internet radio segments. In 2017, he appeared in more than 20 episodes explaining the physics behind unbelievable NFL catches, soccer phenomena, and more.
Best known for his precise, physics-based predictions of the Tour de France, Dr. Eric Goff has started providing physics commentary on NFL games for a show on the TuneIn internet radio network. His next appearance on 1st and Goal will be Sunday, October 22.
During the academic year, Nick Savino ’19 is a busy guy. The junior from Bristol, Connecticut, is a physics major with minors in math, history, and business. He’s a Westover […]
University of Lynchburg physics professor Dr. John Eric Goff continues to serve as a frequent guest on Playing with Science, a StarTalk Radio podcast about the science of sports. This […]
Dr. John Eric Goff has joined the regular cast of a new podcast that explains the science of sports. “Playing with Science” is “where geeks and jocks collide,” according to […]
Chad Hobson ’17 and Zach Betterton ’17 spent last semester building one device after another: a traffic light with a button pedestrians can push for a safe crossing. A fan that […]