- Business MirrorSep 02 05:34 AM
Conclusion SP: I think the book and the concept have captured business leaders’ attention because social physics offers an entirely different way to improve businesses at a time where technology and change are putting extreme pressure on organizations. Simply put, social physics is a new way of understanding human behavior
- EurekAlert!Aug 31 10:34 AM
( University of Missouri-Columbia ) Meera Chandrasekhar, a professor of physics at the University of Missouri, received a $5 million multi-year grant from the NSF to address science instruction challenges. She developed a hands-on physics course for ninth graders designed to give them a better chance at being successful in higher-level science courses. The handheld tablet and computer-based ...
- EurekAlert!Aug 31 04:26 PM
Many of the most memorable stories in the history of science revolve around the conscious realization of an idea -- the 'Eureka!' moment. But what triggers these moments? Writing in September's Physics World, Vitor Cardoso talks about how this question led him on a quest of discovery through the web-based project 'The Birth of an Idea,' which he co-founded with artist Ana Souse Carvalho.
- Daily MailSep 03 06:41 PM
A Professor of Experimental Physics at Cambridge University believes the wrong toys are holding back girls who might otherwise go on to develop an interest in science and engineering.
At a gathering of the greatest minds in physics, Stephen Hawking is set to present an ‘exciting new idea’ on black holesWashington PostAug 24 12:15 PM
"If you feel you are in a black hole, don't give up. There's a way out!"
- Scientific AmericanAug 29 09:32 AM
Hawking makes headlines, LIDAR makes it big in Hollywood, and how to simulate a hurricane on a bubble are among this week's physics highlights. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
- Scientific AmericanSep 01 06:17 AM
A visualization of recent physics terms affirms the enduring influence of Einstein’s 100-year-old masterpiece. Give it a try -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
- Wired NewsAug 14 12:38 PM
Using computers to solve physics problems isn't new, but very few introductory courses utilize this technique. I think it's time for a change. The post You Should Be Coding in Your Physics Course appeared first on WIRED .
Metallic Hydrogen, Gravitational Waves, Killer Asteroids, Photosynthesis Seen From Space, the Atypical History of ...NewswiseSep 01 11:26 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.
- NewswiseSep 02 12:27 PM
On October 7, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics launches the 2015/2016 season of its popular Public Lecture Series -- live, accessible webcasts by some of the world's pre-eminent scientists.
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