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  1. Engineering and physics professors weigh in on Brady appeal

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 24 10:59 AM

    NEW YORK (AP) — Nearly two dozen engineering and physics professors weighed in Tuesday with a federal appeals court being asked to review New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for "Deflategate."

  2. Numerous engineering and physics professors have weighed in with a federal appeals court being asked to review New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for "Deflategate."

  3. By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Ivory Tower has thrown its weight behind Tom Brady. A group of 21 physics and engineering professors on Tuesday urged a U.S. federal appeals court to reconsider its 2-1 decision to reinstate the New England Patriots quarterback's four-game National Football League suspension in the "Deflategate" case. In a brief filed with the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court ...

    Brady Lawsuit update - FOX 28 South Bend

  4. A New Record for Physics Graduates

    Wired NewsMay 20 05:02 AM

    Seven people graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University with a degree in physics. This is a big deal. No, really. The post A New Record for Physics Graduates appeared first on WIRED .

  5. ( American Institute of Physics ) Now researchers from the United Kingdom, in collaboration with industry partners from Germany, have built a tabletop instrument that can perform measurements that were only previously possible at large national magnet labs. The measurements will help in the development of next generation electronic devices employing 2-D materials.

  6. Physics doesn't always look exciting. Smashing particles and detecting gravitational waves happen at scales too minuscule for us to observe, and even if we could, even earth-shattering discoveries often appear as just a spike in a graph, or an aberration in the data. Every so often, however, a physics experiment comes along that we actually can see, and sometimes those experiments are pretty ...

  7. A whole bunch of physics posts over at Forbes so far this month: —Recent Physics Books: Gravitational Waves and Brief Lessons: Short reviews of Janna Levin’s Black Hole Blues and Carlo Rovelli’s Seven Brief Lessons on Physics. —The Real Reasons Quantum Entanglement Doesn’t Allow Faster-Than-Light Communication: Expanding on and correcting some stuff I didn’t like…

  8. Thinkrolls 2, the popular physics puzzler for kids by Avokiddo, wins “Best Families App” in the first-ever Google Play Awards at Google I/O 2016. Google Play prestigious awards aim to recognize the most innovative and outstanding achievements in apps and games over the last 12 months. (PRWeb May 24, 2016) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/05/prweb13431858.htm

  9. ( American Institute of Physics ) To identify molecules on Earth or in outer space, scientists typically record the spectrum of light absorbed -- each molecule has its own unique spectrum. CH5+, consists of a central carbon atom with five hydrogen atoms constantly moving around it, which makes it difficult to interpret its spectrum. In The Journal of Chemical Physics, Queen's University ...

  10. The latest bit of commentary comes from a group of physics and engineering professors in an amicus curiae brief to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

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