American Physics Society articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2015/03/30 01:25
2015/03/30 01:25
15h
... life of Aurora Ephraim, a 20-year-old junior who passed away on March 15. Ephraim was a physics major from New Jersey and involved on campus with organizations including the American...
2015/03/30 01:25
2015/03/30 01:25
Latest videos
2015/03/29 14:31
2015/03/29 14:31
1d
Meals on Wheels of NEPA. 570-346-6437 or 570-575-0842. LENTEN FISH FRY: Friday, 5 to 7 p.m., American Legion Post 86, 1234 W. Main St., Susquehanna, $5/$6/$8, benefits general scholarship fund....
2015/03/29 03:17
2015/03/29 03:17
1d
Linus. The Circle K Club serves the community via the on-campus Relay for Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, a canned food drive and other projects. The organization has also sent...
2015/03/28 18:44
2015/03/28 18:44
1d
... are divided by almost everything else — which seems largely true of San Diego County’s Iranian-American and Israeli-American communities.Mitch Danzig— K.C. Alfred Both ethnic groups are keenly...
2015/03/28 17:02
2015/03/28 17:02
1d
... a little too long since I rounded up the best of your comments and doled out the astrophysics knowledge to fill in the gaps of all the questions I raised. Here at Starts With A Bang,...
2015/03/27 19:58
2015/03/27 19:58
2d
... Isabella, who had also learned to read while a slave, in the early 1850s. Physics professor Francis Smith owned Isabella from 1853 until 1863, when she cooked for his family...
2015/03/24 12:39
2015/03/24 12:39
6d
... non-destructive manner." Findings appeared in the February issue of ACS Nano, published by the American Chemical Society. The paper was authored by doctoral student Octavio Alejandro...
2015/03/23 09:17
2015/03/23 09:17
7d
... a level of information and knowledge,” Greengard writes. “It’s as if the rules of earthly physics have been rewritten on the fly.” Smartphones already employ several sensors, including...
2015/03/22 21:19
2015/03/22 21:19
7d
... can hurt me more than I can hurt you, try. There is no other way you can govern a Chinese society.” Harry Lee Kuan Yew was born Sept. 16, 1923, in Singapore, then a British colony, where...
2015/03/22 03:39
2015/03/22 03:39
8d
Research Station, received the Distinguished Early Career Award from the United States Aquaculture Society. The award honors a professional who has worked in aquaculture for 10 years or less for...
2015/03/21 10:52
2015/03/21 10:52
9d
... world-renowned botanist who traced the origins of modern corn to the primitive maize grown by American Indians, according to his New York Times obituary. The younger Dr. Mangelsdorf was raised...
2015/03/21 08:24
2015/03/21 08:24
9d
Kennesaw State named leader in graduating physics teachers MARIETTA — Kennesaw State University has been recognized by a national science organization as one of the leaders in the preparation of...
2015/03/20 22:50
2015/03/20 22:50
9d
... incredible levels of rigour." Ince has been disconcerted lately during radio interviews with American scientists. "When they're asked a question that invites conjecture, they get really...
2015/03/20 12:19
2015/03/20 12:19
10d
... of college, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics; fewer than half of Americans had finished eighth grade. But college attainment rates began to grow steadily after...
2015/03/19 09:31
2015/03/19 09:31
11d
... S. Main St., Carbondale, $10. PYSANKY EGG DEMONSTRATION: Sunday, 2 p.m., Lackawanna Historical Society, Catlin House, 232 Monroe Ave., email lackawannahistory@gmail.com. 570-344-3841. BUS TRIP...
2015/03/19 04:24
2015/03/19 04:24
11d
She died on March 15, according to Tribute.com, a local source for obituary news. Ephraim was a physics major who lived in the University Village. She was originally from New Jersey. She was also...
2015/03/18 07:28
2015/03/18 07:28
12d
... reaches the light-detecting rod and cone cells. New research presented at a meeting of the American Physical Society has uncovered a remarkable vision-enhancing function for this puzzling...
2015/03/17 23:17
2015/03/17 23:17
12d
... influencers in media, science and pop culture to join him in front of a studio audience in the American Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York City — where he...
2015/03/17 09:33
2015/03/17 09:33
13d
WILTON, Conn. – The Wilton Historical Society is opening the exhibition “One Loop at a Time: June Myles’ Hooked Rugs” with a reception open to the public from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 19. The...
2015/03/17 09:08
2015/03/17 09:08
13d
Astronomer Royal Professor John Brown, from Glasgow University's Department of Physics and Astronomy voiced his concerns after some headteachers said they would be keeping pupils...
2015/03/30 01:25
2015/03/30 01:25
Latest from Twitter