- ForbesJul 02 07:56 AM
Physicists worried about preliminary results being overturning need to take some lessons from economists.
- ScienceBlogsJul 03 08:24 AM
Another busy week of physics-y blogging over at Forbes. I’m pretty bad about remembering to post pointers to individual posts here, but I can probably just about manage to do a weekly links dump of what I’ve been posting. — What’s The Point Of Science Without “Eureka!” Moments? Picking up on a conversation I had…
- ForbesJun 30 07:42 AM
Savas Dimopoulos suggested at Convergence that we should build a specialized facility for low-energy searches for exotic physics, an idea that touches on a lot of aspects of how modern science gets done.
- Rome ObserverJul 02 09:33 AM
UTICA – Mohawk Valley Community College Physics Instructor Derrick Stevens and Assistant Professor of Physics Shahida Dar, Ph.D., have secured a grant for more than $57,000 from the Innovative Instruction Research Council of SUNY to fund an Open Access Remote Physics Laboratory at MVCC.
- EurekAlert!Jul 02 04:20 PM
( Institute of Physics ) Scientists have developed a new technique allowing the bioprinting at ambient temperatures of a strong paste similar to 'play dough' capable of incorporating protein-releasing microspheres. The scientists demonstrated that the bioprinted material, in the form of a micro-particle paste capable of being injected via a syringe, could sustain stresses and strains similar to...
- Scientific AmericanJun 22 10:39 AM
General relativity and Noether’s theorem take center stage in two live Web broadcasts this week -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Particle Labs Open Doors to Industry, Stalemate at UN Nonproliferation Talks, the Future of XFELs and a Fond ...NewswiseJul 01 11:12 AM
The following articles are freely available online from Physics Today (www.physicstoday.org), the world's most influential and closely followed magazine devoted to physics and the physical science community.
- CNW Group via Yahoo! FinanceJun 22 02:45 PM
Canadian Physics Accelerator Gets Multimillion-Dollar Boost
- Wired NewsJul 02 05:29 AM
On Tuesday, LiquiGlide announced that it will use its super-slippery coating inside mayonnaise bottles---the perfect match for its viral ketchup-pouring video. The post The Physics Behind Those No-Stick Ketchup and Mayo Bottles appeared first on WIRED .
- PhysicsWebJul 01 09:17 PM
Report says British researchers should expand leadership roles in international projects
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