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2014/04/21 04:26
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The first of John Updike’s more than eight hundred contributions to The New Yorker was a comic poem titled “Duet, with Muffled Brake Drums,” which appeared in the issue of August 14, 1954. A short...
2014/04/21 04:26
2014/04/21 04:26
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2014/04/18 08:21
2014/04/18 08:21
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For the first time this weekend, East Tennesseans will be able to watch an award-winning documentary on the decades-long, multinational search for what’s been labeled “the God particle.” To celebrate...
2014/04/17 16:30
2014/04/17 16:30
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Following on the themes addressed by President Barack Obama during his visit to UB last August, distinguished physicist and National Academy member Helen Quinn will talk about changes in science...
2014/04/16 17:39
2014/04/16 17:39
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It does not always take a huge accelerator to do Particle physics: First results from a low energy, table top alterative takes validity of Newtonian gravity down by five orders of magnitude and...
2014/04/16 13:17
2014/04/16 13:17
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Live Webcast: Secrets of the Universe's First Light April 18: Q&A Live Webcast with John Carlstrom, Walt Ogburn, Michael Turner & Abigail Vieregg Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise —...
2014/04/15 16:18
2014/04/15 16:18
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Some things are difficult to grasp. Algebra, for example. Particle physics. Wet spaghetti. ‘Not being sexist’ would, you’d have thought, be at the easier end of the scale. It’s simply a matter of...
2014/04/15 10:38
2014/04/15 10:38
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US varsity to connect Indian researchers to the world By Papri Sri Raman, Chicago/New Delhi, April 15 : In a move that will empower Indian researchers and help them connect with rest of the world,...
2014/04/14 18:22
2014/04/14 18:22
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Could this particle rewrite modern physics? Discovery of 4-quark hadron proves we still don’t fully understand our universe Scientists at CERN have confirmed the existence of a new 'exotic'...
2014/04/12 00:42
2014/04/12 00:42
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The ongoing search for invisible dark matter is the subject of a recent article involving physicists from Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences. Research by Richard Schnee, assistant...
2014/04/11 21:25
2014/04/11 21:25
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An office tower at night in Chicago Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace by Nikil Saval, Doubleday, RRP £20/$26.95, 368 pages The Org: How the Office Really Works by Ray Fisman and Tim Sullivan,...
2014/04/10 15:44
2014/04/10 15:44
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... yet, no one has found supersymmetry in our universe, including at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)," said the associate specialist at UCSB's Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP). He is...
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2014/04/10 13:39
2014/04/10 13:39
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Since the spectacular discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012, physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the gigantic particle accelerator outside Geneva, have suffered a bit of a drought when it...
2014/04/10 00:34
2014/04/10 00:34
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The fact that particles have mass is something most people take for granted. But what actually gives particles mass? Professor of Physics Gerry Guralnik thinks he knows the answer, but researchers are...
2014/04/09 17:38
2014/04/09 17:38
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Call it confirmation bias, but I keep seeing signs that science—and especially fundamental physics, which seeks to discern the basic rules of reality—is running out of gas, just as I predicted in my...
2014/04/09 10:30
2014/04/09 10:30
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Italy is in the process of sending its first scientific attaché to Sub-Saharan Africa in an attempt to boost research and technology links with what it sees as an economically emerging region. The...
2014/04/08 22:41
2014/04/08 22:41
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TIMOTHY Gilchrist is already making waves in the science world, with the Taree Christian College school captain being chosen to attend an International Science Forum in Heidelberg, Germany. TIMOTHY...
2014/04/07 12:39
2014/04/07 12:39
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When ice is warmed, the water molecules forming its structure vibrate more and more vigorously until finally the forces between them are no longer strong enough to hold them together – the ice melts...
2014/04/05 22:09
2014/04/05 22:09
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... Your starter for 10: The psychologist Raymond Cattell identified ‘fluid’ and ‘crystallised’ as factors of what human capacity, defined by one authority as the extent to which one deals “flexibly...
2014/04/03 12:48
2014/04/03 12:48
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The scientist who figured out what we’re all made of has been honoured with the Freedom of Newcastle. Peter Higgs, the Boson-predicting professor, famed for figuring out what the very little things...
2014/04/01 13:39
2014/04/01 13:39
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... —It takes dedication and perseverance to solve a mystery that has been around for 50 years. Just ask Reinhard Schumacher, a professor of physics at Carnegie Mellon University. He and his...
2014/04/21 04:26
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