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Why This Ivy-League Physics PhD Teaches Leadership, Not Science

Another week of hot, humid summer weather (sorry Australia) means more freezing offices where I have to bundle up. Might as well learn a lesson from it in the differences between science , engineering , and leadership . I got my PhD in physics ...
 Inc.com1 week ago
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10/08/2016: GOVERNMENT: Wisa shows that women can achieve merit in Science

BEING SELECTED as one of the winners of the Distinguished Woman in Science award in Physical and Engineering Sciences in 2012 was very important to me, says Leslie Petrik, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Western Cape.Not only was
 Cape Times E-dition2 weeks ago Meet the scientists taking over the ABC News Snapchat account  ABC Online2 weeks ago Idea Makers tackles scientific thinkers big ideas and personal lives  Science News Online2 weeks ago Bringing The Science Of Sound To YouTube  Inside Science News Service2 weeks ago
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We Are All Intuitive Physicists, Scientists Say

The location of the 'physics engine' in the brain is highlighted in color in this illustration. (Images: Jason Fischer/JHU) Human beings are very good at acting on the fly: swerving to avoid an obstacle in the road, ducking to keep from being hit, ...
 Gizmodo India2 weeks ago
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Quiz: How much science do you know?

From chemistry to physics and anatomy to medicine exercise your brain during National Science Week with this quick quiz. External Link National Science Week Quiz Want more science from across
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Scientists identify brain's 'physics engine'  DNA2 weeks ago Your Brain Has A 'Physics Engine' And Scientists Have Located It  Huffington Post2 weeks ago Scientists isolate the brain's physics engine, could lead to faster, more agile robots  Extreme Tech2 weeks ago
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How science could help predict who wins an Olympic sprint before it even begins

Richard Brandt, a f ormer NYU professor of sports physics, explains how to predict who will win a sprint race before it even begins. Follow BI Video:
 Business Insider UK2 weeks ago Run, jump, throw: The physics behind Olympic events explained  CBC2 weeks ago

Nuclear physics uses single feather to track and help save Australian waterbirds

Scientists are using nuclear physics to track and potentially save Australia's declining waterbird numbers — and they are doing it with discarded feathers. The team of researchers are using a new method developed at the Australian Nuclear ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago

The Weird Science Of How We Smell Different When We Watch Movies

There are two kinds of movie science: There's the kind that's debunked by sites like Insultingly Stupid Movie Physics (victims thrown backwards by bullet impacts, visible laser beams, glass windows that shatter without cutting the person shattering ...
 Fast Company2 weeks ago
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'Chemtrails' not real, say atmospheric science experts

Well-understood physical and chemical processes can easily explain the alleged evidence of a secret, large-scale atmospheric spraying program, commonly referred to as 'chemtrails' or 'covert geoengineering.' A survey of the world's leading atmospheric ...
 Science Daily1 week ago No blue light, please, I'm tired -- light color determines sleepiness versus arousal in mice PLOS  EurekAlert!1 week ago Long-lived parents could mean a healthier heart into your 70s University of Exeter 13m  EurekAlert!1 week ago Offspring live longer when parents lived longer, UK study reports American College of Cardiology 13m  EurekAlert!1 week ago
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Tanzania: Let's Learn to Love Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Most learned Tanzanians belonging to the Old School would remember the first day in secondary school when the 'science' subject they have been used to while in primary school divided into three main branches - Physics, Chemistry and Biology - the ...
 AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago UK School pushing the frontiers of science with CERN  Wired-GOV2 weeks ago Amity Saket wins AK Saha science contest  The Statesman2 weeks ago Kyrgyz schools may be left without Internet in 2016  24.kg1 week ago
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