Physics Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Are humans really worse than radiation?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 11 | WPTV Local News

    ... the biggest nuclear accident in history," said University of Portsmouth professor Jim Smith. (Video via Institute of Physics ) University of Portsmouth professor Jim Smith worked on the study. He suggests the Chernobyl exclusion zone is likely more ...


  2. University of Ottawa prof named as possible Nobel Prize winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 24 | Globe and Mail

    A National Research Council of Canada physicist whose contributions have opened the possibility of studying how molecules change and interact in real time has made the annual list of scientists deemed most likely to win a Nobel Prize. Paul Corkum, also a professor at the University of Ottawa, was named along with Ferenc Krausz of the Max Planck Institute in Garching, Germany, as a probable winner of the physics prize.


  3. AnalysisBOSON or Bogus, Billion-Dollar Bull?Read the original story

    Jul 9, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... Rev sends it back to him - they will not consider it or send it out for review. The Nobelist - a towering figure in physics, named Julian Schwinger - resigns from the American Physical


  4. Jews Without GodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 11 | Ukiah Blog Live

    ... about a movement today that is sweeping through Protestant churches all across this country. In this age of quantum physics and breath-taking discoveries in Astronomy, Archaeology and Biological evolution, intelligent and enlightened people are ...


  5. Whole Thinking--a Bottom-up, Systemic Mind-- to See an Oppressive SystemRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 11 | OpEdNews

    ... couldn't wrap the mechanistic, atomistic model of science, couldn't bend it to work for sub-atomic particle physics or ecosystems. It took a new way of seeing, of thinking about everything--one based not on parts but on relationships and ...


  6. Krzysztof Komeda -- Maciej Lewenstein: Quantum Mechanics of Polish JazzRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 11 | All About Jazz

    ... more than 500 scientific papers and is the recipient of many international and national prizes. Next to theoretical physics his other passion is music and jazz in particular. First edition of his new English-language book Polish Jazz Recordings and ...


  7. Diamonds can help spot cancers at early stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 11 | The Indian Express

    ... the body," the study's lead author Ewa Rej from University of Sydney noted. "This is a great example of how quantum physics research tackles real-world problems, in this case opening the way for us to image and target cancers long before they become ...


  8. To Hear The MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 11 | KQED

    Charles Fisk worked with Robert Oppenheimer as an 18-yr-old whiz kid on the Manhattan Project, before turning from the physics of destruction to music, his first love, and building tracker action pipe organs out of Gloucester Massachusetts by using the uniquely collaborative skills he learned from Oppenheimer. To Hear The Music follows the development of a single pipe organ, CB Fisk's Opus 139, from initial design meetings , through every aspect of building and testing, to a celebratory Easter inaugural in Memorial Church, Harvard University, Fisk's alma mater.


  9. Canadian Arthur McDonald shares Nobel Prize in physicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Weyburn This Week

    Arthur McDonald, a professor emeritus at Queen's University, is shown at the university in Kingston, Ont., Tuesday, Oct.6, 2015. McDonald is a co-winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on tiny particles known as neutrinos.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand Arthur McDonald, a professor emeritus at Queen's University, is shown at the university in Kingston, Ont., Tuesday, Oct.6, 2015.


  10. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 |

    ... down the stairs. Gunfire makes noise, right? Or did Jack nipple-cute Sir Isaac Newton again and break the laws of physics? Hunchback Hastings starts applauding the news of Kayla's escape and congratulates everyone, including Starbuck. What the hell ...


  11. Can Diamonds Detect Cancer? - By Abby HaglageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | The Daily Beast

    ... system and kidneys will not try to attack them. It was this previous research that inspired the University of Sydney physics professor David Reilly to expand the research into the gems benefits. "We knew nano-diamonds were of interest for delivering ...


  12. pylinac 1.0.0Read the original story

    Saturday Oct 10 | Python

    Pylinac provides TG-142 quality assurance tools to Python programmers as well as non-programmers in the field of therapy medical physics. The package comes in two flavors: source-level and web app .


  13. Transcript of First Ladya s speech at christening of the PCU IllinoisRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | WTNH

    ... way by the things you all can do. You are trained in everything from advanced engineering to oceanography to nuclear physics. You know how to operate some of our


  14. Understanding complexity theory, part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 |

    ... a matter of discovering the requisite patterns in these generated systems. The concepts of "states" and "laws," from physics, can help us to better understand complex systems. Complex systems have certain rules, such as Newton's laws of motion or ...


  15. After 75 winners, Nobel Economics Prize is still proving a contentious ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | The China Post

    ... 300th anniversary of the Swedish central bank, and the first laureate was named a year later. Unlike the medicine, physics, and chemistry prizes announced the week before, "economics is not an experimental science," Peter Englund, the former head of ...


  16. Stephen Hawking answers July questions on Reddit AMARead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | Big News

    ... was smarter than his parents." When asked what mystery he finds most intriguing, he said, "although I have a PhD in physics, women should remain a mystery." Hawking also revealed his favorite song is "Have I Told You Lately" by Rod Stewart and his ...


  17. The Phantom of the Earth: A Chilling New Post-Apocalyptic SeriesRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 10 |

    ... a team with expertise in the areas of cover art, concept art, editing, synthetic biology, astrophysics, quantum physics, biological engineering, nuclear engineering, and book formatting to finish the project. The global team of more than thirty ...


  18. Why De Beers makes beautiful diamonds it will never sellRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | Chicago Tribune

    ... gems may be man-made. "When you polish a gemstone, there is a memory of how it grew," said Philip Martineau, head of physics at the De Beers Research Centre. "They're not mimicking nature. It's the differences that give us the clues." De Beers isn't ...


  19. Nuclear physicists, unreported exits, and huge losses: How an $80...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... "maintains ultimate responsibility for the company's operations." Others disagree. , a 48-year-old with a Ph.D. in physics from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor's in physics from Princeton, was also a key executive, according to one person ...


  20. Iron isotope effect on the superconducting transition temperature and ...Read the original story

    Saturday Oct 10 | CiteULike

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