Month: January 2022

Science Museum, the new “Stem” laboratory to fall in love with scientific subjects

From Marta Gaza Algorithms, software and visual data in the new laboratories of the “Futur Inventeur” space. Three rooms to “cure” those who suffer from physics and mathematics books Colorful tubes hang from the ceiling like chandeliers. A forest of…

Lab’s ACT-UP Awards Focus on Collaborative Academic Research

The ACT-UP Awards are supported by LLNL’s Weapons and Complex Integration (WCI) Directorate with a focus on WCI Weapons Physics and Design Stockpile Science, Inertial Confinement Fusion, and Space national security mission. LLNL Principal Investigators include, from left to right:…

The Colored Section makes room for black artists | Visual Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP Photo: Jared Wickerham Zeal Eva, Natiq Jalil and Crystal Noel Jalil, founders of The Colored Section The journey of an artist is inspiring to watch. But for black artists, the journey can be fraught with dead…

Take a local outdoor public art tour to enhance well-being

By SUSAN SCHAEFER Much has been written about the benefits of exercise and the outdoors to beat the blues. According to a recent report by the American Psychological Association, “There is growing evidence, from dozens and dozens of researchers, that…

Better than donuts? Here are a dozen baker’s find stories from 2021 at PPPL that you don’t want to miss.

Newswise – The year 2021 heralded a new era in scientific exploration for the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) of the United States Department of Energy (DOE). The lab has completely expanded from fusion energy research to the science of…

Struggling With Debt? Four Ways a Debt Consolidation Loan Can Help You

Views of the publication: 176 Personal debt in the UK has risen by £ 63.7 billion since September 2020, with the average household owing nearly £ 63,000 according to Charity of money. While most people think they can balance their…

Missing Link: Cosmic Inflation – The Big Bang Blow

How big is the universe? What is it made of? How was it born and how did it come to be as we know it today? Cosmology, the study of the origin and development of the universe, deals with these…

Using artificial intelligence to see the plasma benefit of fusion experiments in new ways

Two-dimensional pressure fluctuations are visualized within a magnetically confined three-dimensional fusion plasma simulation. With recent advances in machine learning techniques, these types of partial observations offer new ways to test models of reduced turbulence both in theory and in experimentation….

What Is Debt Consolidation And Is It A Good Idea?

CNN Underscored examines financial products like credit cards and bank accounts based on their aggregate value. We may receive a commission if you apply and are approved for a product, but our reports are always independent and objective. According to…

Print job completed: a foldable image display

HIGHLIGHTS OF RESEARCH January 07, 2022 A display based on organic light-emitting diodes is now entirely produced by 3D printing. A 64-pixel array produced by 3D printing can spell a word by displaying one letter at a time (above, composite…