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2014/10/31 02:45
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Bill Foster has a PhD in physics from Harvard University and had a 25 year career in high-energy Particle physics at Fermi Lab. Foster is also a businessman. At 19-years-old and with $500 from their...
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2014/10/30 17:39
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Once again, a shadow of a signal that scientists hoped would amplify into conclusive evidence of dark matter has instead flatlined, repeating a maddening refrain in the search for the invisible,...
2014/10/30 01:51
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Ireland’s rich history in science deserves acclaim Opinion: time to give John Bell the recognition he deserves A proton-proton collision at the Cern particle collider. John Bell had a stellar physics...
2014/10/29 20:16
2014/10/29 20:16
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With the first two documentaries in her post–9-11 trilogy -- My Country, My Country, a portrait of Iraq under American occupation, and The Oath, which focused on two Guantánamo Bay prisoners -- Laura...
2014/10/29 15:38
2014/10/29 15:38
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Physicists in the College of Arts and Sciences have made important discoveries regarding Bs meson particles—something that may explain why the universe contains more matter than...
2014/10/29 04:03
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New frontiers in space exploration Cosmologist Alex Vilenkin gave a lecture at the Hayden Planetarium in Manhattan earlier this year called “The Universe and Beyond.” I attended the talk, along with...
2014/10/28 14:02
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As mentioned last week, I was the on-hand expert for the Secret Science Club’s foray into Massachusetts, a screening of the movie Particle Fever held at MASS MoCA. This worked out nicely in a lot of...
2014/10/23 23:35
2014/10/23 23:35
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With the first two documentaries in her post–9/11 trilogy — My Country, My Country, a portrait of Iraq under U.S. occupation, and The Oath, which focused on two Guantánamo Bay prisoners — Laura...
2014/10/23 18:30
2014/10/23 18:30
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Yangkai “Kane” Li, 20, tragically passed away last Wednesday. A native of Guangzhou, China, Li had just declared a major in physics, was a member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Physics Students and...
2014/10/23 14:43
2014/10/23 14:43
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The physicist Martin Perl, who has died aged 87, won the Nobel prize in 1995 for his discovery of the tau lepton, a heavy version of the electron. A lifelong liberal, and active opponent of the...
2014/10/23 05:10
2014/10/23 05:10
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Sequoyah High School junior Mackenzie Joy said she never expected to get a perfect score on the ACT, one of the two most widely recognized college entrance exams. Joy earned a score of 36, receiving...
2014/10/22 21:18
2014/10/22 21:18
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When Francis Halzen wanted to study neutrinos — tiny, subatomic particles that fly through just about everything including you and me — he conceived of something colossal. The result was the largest...
2014/10/22 11:39
2014/10/22 11:39
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One drizzly morning in September, a giant metal tube painted Cornell red was loaded on a truck at the Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory annex to make a slow, steady journey across campus. The 32-foot...
2014/10/22 08:34
2014/10/22 08:34
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REUTERSFile photo: Copper rods are seen at Truong Phu cable factory in Vietnam's northern Hai Duong province. An Italian lab has cooled a cubic metre of copper to within a tiny fraction of 'absolute...
2014/10/21 06:26
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This is Martin Amis, writing about chess: "Nowhere in sport, perhaps nowhere in human activity, is the gap between the trier and the expert so astronomical." Is he right? In the field of human...
2014/10/21 05:06
2014/10/21 05:06
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David Toback is a member of the Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy and spokesperson for the Collider Detector at Fermilab. Sam Scott, news writer, sat down with David Toback,...
2014/10/20 22:29
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Science, technology and innovation are central in forging development policy and solving some of the world's most pressing problems including in education, health care and peace and security, eminent...
2014/10/20 12:04
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Syracuse University's professors do more than teach. From DNA research that leads to exonerating criminal suspects to seeking the kind of particles produced by the "Big Bang", they...
2014/10/19 23:50
2014/10/19 23:50
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Our “Sci Guy,” Tom Webber, used to be the Sky Guy, but now he has changed jobs and is a physics teacher at St. Augustine High School. Oh, he will still do “sky guy” stuff, but his new position allows...
2014/10/18 15:56
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Richard Feynman on the Social Sciences What do real scientists have to say about sciences that are not so real? Born in 1918, Richard Feynman was an American theoretical physicist known for his work...
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