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2015/01/31 06:13
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Cemetery in Ames on February 9th at 12:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society or the University of Iowa Foundation for the Wendell Johnson Speech and...
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2015/01/29 20:18
2015/01/29 20:18
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Optical Society expresses its condolences at the loss of Charles Townes, OSA Fellow and recipient of the Frederic Ives Medal (1996). Charles was a luminary in the...
2015/01/29 00:28
2015/01/29 00:28
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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Eastman Chemical Company hosted the 9th Annual Northeast Tennessee Science Bowl. Twelve teams faced off against each other by answering questions by a...
2015/01/29 00:06
2015/01/29 00:06
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Charles Townes, the Columbia University physicist who transformed modern society with his invention of the maser and the laser, receiving the 1964 Nobel Prize in physics for his effort, has died. He...
2015/01/28 14:17
2015/01/28 14:17
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... exceed all specifications, and its operational control has been officially transitioned to the physics and radiation oncology proton teams at the Stephenson Cancer Center. “We look forward to...
2015/01/27 18:42
2015/01/27 18:42
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Fresh from giving the January 6 Rossi Prize lecture at the Winter American Astronomical Society meeting, three physicists who discovered the Fermi bubbles -- Douglas Finkbeiner, Tracy Slatyer and Meng...
2015/01/27 17:13
2015/01/27 17:13
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... suspended over a bottomless pit. Smashing the eye caused the computer to self-destruct. The physics of bottomless pits are never spelled out. How is one built? Where does the stuff go? Why...
2015/01/27 06:29
2015/01/27 06:29
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... equal parts naïve and dangerous. Economics is not a science in the same degree chemistry or physics are. A human invention, economics is shaped more by the ebb and flow of human nature than by...
2015/01/23 14:37
2015/01/23 14:37
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... Einstein or Stephen Hawking — has defined the public’s attitude towards scientists in our society.” Einstein’s turn to be played by a handsome young actor is yet to come. Certainly, it seems...
2015/01/23 10:39
2015/01/23 10:39
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... the search for it," adds her advisor Werner Hofmann, director at the MPI for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg and for many years H.E.S.S. spokesperson. Indeed, the new H.E.S.S. II 28 m...
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2015/01/22 18:02
2015/01/22 18:02
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... assert that electroencephalograms (EEG) prove that fetuses dream. I have read the American Institute of Physics research that identified cycles of rapid eye movement (REM) and...
2015/01/22 15:12
2015/01/22 15:12
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... the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the NAACP, and Students for a Democratic Society; and spied on groups that opposed the war in Vietnam and supported equal rights. Nor did...
2015/01/22 05:26
2015/01/22 05:26
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... left Dickens’s London in a time machine and landed in the Pacific, circa 1955, disguised as an American tourist. Instead, Kahle was born in New Jersey in 1960. When he was a kid, he watched “The...
2015/01/21 22:20
2015/01/21 22:20
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... less than $100 these days," said Tomkin, associate director of the UI School of Earth, Society and Environment. "I'm a big proponent of open-source textbooks. I think the quality can be...
2015/01/21 08:17
2015/01/21 08:17
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... and round-tables addressing topics ranging from innovative lighting solutions for society and emerging trends in the photonics industry to the history of science and science policy;...
2015/01/20 05:01
2015/01/20 05:01
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... Erin Hampton/The State News International Relations senior, Eric Savoie, listens to a Physics junior, Kurt Hamel Jan. 15, 2015, during a meeting at Wells Hall. Students of several...
2015/01/16 16:21
2015/01/16 16:21
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... to rest the absurd notion of a “pause” (what I refer to as the “Faux Pause” in Scientific American) in global warming. Human-caused warming of the globe and associated changes in our climate...
2015/01/15 18:30
2015/01/15 18:30
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... a decade is stepping down from the post. John Ho, SUNY Distinguished Service Professor of Physics, is leaving his position as vice provost for graduate education and dean of the Graduate...
2015/01/15 16:00
2015/01/15 16:00
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Ten Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists have been selected as 2014 fellows of the American Physical Society. The new fellows represent a wide selection of physics expertise, ranging...
2015/01/15 14:44
2015/01/15 14:44
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SEATTLE — At the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society last week, the booth devoted to a revolutionary new telescope called the LSST got a lot of traffic. Staffed by scientists from the...
2015/01/31 06:13
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