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- Saturday mornings are for physics at Fermilab
When 17-year-old Luis Cepeda began attending Saturday Morning Physics in early October at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, he had very little exposure to physics. A senior in East Aurora High School’s magnet program, Cepeda had just started taking physics in high school and heard about Fermilab’s program from his teacher. He liked physics so far and wanted to take more difficult classes ...
- At STREB Action Lab, Dance and Physics Collide
Choreographer Elizabeth Streb pushes the boundaries of Newtonian physics--with dance. In her show Forces , dancers fly, fall, and collide in mid-air. No wonder the "action architect" has her share of scientist fans, among them, big-thinking particle physicist Lisa Randall.
- Physics of the Amazon Octocopter Drone
My first thought when seeing the Amazon delivery drone was: This would be perfect for pizza delivery. Maybe this is a sign that Amazon is going to get into the pizza delivery business. Really, it could work for any type of food delivery. What about a beer? That would be perfect.
- Havok™ Technology Powering Next-Gen Ubisoft® Titles Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™, Watch Dogs™ and Tom Clancy’s The ...
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Utilizing Havok Physics to Help Bring Massive World to Life Havok™, a leading provider of game development technology, announced today that its Havok Physics is powering a number of next-gen Ubisoft® titles, including Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™. Making use of Havok Physics, the Ubisoft Montreal development team was able to bring an unprecedented level of ...
- Hot on the trail of universe's darkest secret
One of the greatest mysteries of modern physics - the hunt for dark matter - may be solved within the next few years.
- Cultural stereotypes making girls 'too nervous' to stick with maths and physics
Education minster Elizabeth Truss says programmes such as Top Gear reinforce perception that boys become engineers while girls work as hostesses and press officers
- Electron Appears Spherical, Squashing Hopes for New Physics Theories
Electron Appears Spherical, Squashing Hopes for New Physics Theories
- Physics Solves Centuries-Old Mystery of Red Paint Darkening
Physics Solves Centuries-Old Mystery of Red Paint Darkening
- Ex-postman receives physics award
A former postman who gave up his job to study physics wins a teaching award.
- The fish that SPITS to kill: Archerfish uses complex physics to accurately 'shoot down' flying prey with jets of water
Physicists from the University of Milan discovered archerfish use theories including the effect of refraction and the Plateau–Rayleigh instability to catch prey.