Month: July 2022

Dave Ramsey: Debt Consolidation Doesn’t Fix Spending Habits | Company

Dear Dave: Is debt consolidation a good way to get out of debt? — Erikah Dear Erika: No it is not. Debt consolidation companies try to position themselves this way, but they don’t even come close to addressing or solving…

STEM Robotics Academy moves with the times | Arts & Hobbies

Technology is not static, and these days it moves so fast that some people can’t keep up. It permeates every aspect of our lives and we can only be affected by it in one way or another. It’s the era…

Stony Brook University, New York

Raju Venugopalan The Simons Foundation has announced a new research collaboration to explore the “glue” that holds the visible matter of the universe together. A team of thirteen principal investigators, led by Igor Klebanov of Princeton University and including Raju…

Los Alamos National Laboratory and SK hynix to Demonstrate First-of-Its-Kind Ordered Key-Value Storage Computer Storage Device

Newswise — Los Alamos National Laboratory and SK hynix, a leading semiconductor innovator and memory/flash manufacturer, will demonstrate the world’s first ordered Key Value Store computing storage device (KV-CSD), result of a collaboration between the high performance computing department of…

Hospital welcomes installation of new state-of-the-art CT scanner

Mike Alexander, Principal Clinical Investigator Stephanie Cockerill, Superintendent Pretreatment Radiographer, and Mercia Edwards, Lead Pretreatment Radiographer with the new CT scanner The Lingen Davies Cancer Fund donated £475,000, which paid for a radiation therapy scanner – one of the first…

HKU Laboratory for Space Research applied

image: Illustration of the solar system of C60 and some of its strongly positively charged cations, depicting the theoretically calculated normal mode vibration motions and relative molecular sizes (volumes). C6010+, the little bucky, is the only charged fullerene inheriting the…

Debt Consolidation Loan Vs. Balance Transfer Credit Card – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. If you are looking to consolidate your debts, you may consider using a balance transfer credit card…

Harju Elekter has signed a contract with the European Organization for Nuclear Research

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. AS Harju Elekter Elektrotehnika, the Estonian manufacturing company of the Harju Elekter Group, signed on July 26, 2022…

A new book on 12 experiences that changed the Sidel world…

(MENAFN – The Conversation) Matter of Everything tells the story of physics through experiments. Any book on the history of science intended for a general audience will, of necessity, be something of a distortion. The question is whether the distortion…

New book about 12 experiments that changed the world dismisses the role of beautiful theory in physics

Matter of Everything tells the story of physics through experiments. Any book on the history of science intended for a general audience will, of necessity, be something of a distortion. The question is whether the distortion is useful: does it…

A Work of Art: UTSA Professor Describes New Worlds Captured by the Webb Telescope | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as…

Is debt consolidation a good way to get out of debt?

Dear Dave, Is debt consolidation a good way to get out of debt? Erikah Dear Erika, No it is not. Debt consolidation companies try to position themselves this way, but they don’t even come close to addressing or solving the…

Department of Energy Announces $3.6 Million for Research Internships to Expand and Diversify Nuclear Physics

News — WASHINGTON, DC. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) awarded more than $3.6 million with a focus on expanding and diversifying nuclear and particle physics research communities through research internships for undergraduate students at historically black colleges…

Cross-Pollination Between Neuroscience, Psychology, and AI Research Provides Fundamental Understanding of Thought

Advances in artificial intelligence have enabled the creation of AIs that perform tasks once thought only possible for humans, such as translating languages, driving cars, playing board games at the level of champions of the world and extract the protein…

Terahertz Light Experiments Herald Small Particle Accelerators | Research & Technology | Jul 2022

OAK RIDGE, Tenn., July 25, 2022 – Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) scientists studying how to produce and use terahertz (THz) light to enable particle accelerators have developed an electro-optical sampling technique which measures THz wavelengths while at the same…

Wellesley Summer Art Roundup – The Swellesley Report

A few arts-related exhibitions are taking place at Wellesley this month: Photographer Judy Brown presents its exhibition, Farm animals in Forever Homes, at the Wellesley Free Library until July. The images in this exhibit are drawn from the seven years…

NASA chooses Draper to deliver Artemis science experiments on the far side of the Moon

An illustration of Draper’s SERIES-2 lunar lander, which will deliver science and technology payloads to the Moon for NASA in 2025. Credit: Draper Draper of Cambridge, Massachusetts was awarded a contract to Nasa to send Artemis science missions to the…

Physics student at the forefront of nuclear research experiment

FRESNO STATE — Valerie Bauxham, of Fresno, left her career in the health field to pursue studies in physics at Fresno State. As a wife and mother of four, she knew her college journey had to be intentional—she didn’t want…

Color visualization illustrates birefringence, polarization, retardance

Light polarization underpins a variety of recent technological innovations, including 3D cinema and LCD screens. In LCDs, tiny electronically controllable liquid crystal elements are sandwiched between polarizers. If, instead, other transparent, polarization-altering films—such as cellophane wrapping paper and packing tape—are…

Major Players Analysis of Consumer and Business Debt Consolidation Market 2022

According to a new report, the world “Consumer and Business Debt Consolidation Market” 2028 provides a comprehensive assessment of the market landscape, encompassing both current and future market position. In terms of drivers, opportunities, and restraints, the analysis provides insights…

ASU offers hands-on lab experiences for online students at scale

July 22, 2022 Record number of students enrolled in online courses at the School of Molecular Sciences This summer, Arizona State University’s School of Molecular Sciences delivered in-person classes to a record 540 registered online students, who took lab-based courses…

Rediscovering Cheri Knight’s Long Lost Musical Experiences

Cheri Knight, “Prime Numbers” (Freedom to Spend) Cheri Knight’s musical experiences in the early 80s while attending Evergreen State College may have gone unnoticed except by her classmates, including Stranger Genius Steve Fisk, the co-founder of Sub Pop Wayward Music’s…

Ranking & Disrupting Universities with the Art of Imagination | By Professor Anees Akhtar, UK

Ranking and Disrupting Universities with the Art of Imagination Although the percentage of great thinkers, dreamers and those with a great art of writing, creating and painting their imagination is less than 0.03% on the planet, who can change the…

Effects of oxygen on uranium tested

A team of researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and the University of Michigan have found that the rate of cooling in reactions dramatically affects the type of uranium molecules that form. The team’s experimental work, conducted over about…

Sandia applied mathematician wins DOE Early Career Research Award

Examining very fine real-world data can improve the fidelity with which complex computer simulations are driven, says Pete Bosler, an applied mathematician at Sandia National Laboratories. He studies multi-scale simulations that, when integrated, could combine individual raindrops, thunderstorms and the…

Interview with Rene G. Cepeda: Curator of Media Arts at the New Media Caucus

I was recently able to interview Rene G. Cepeda who is curator of media arts at the New Media Caucus on the Header/Footer Gallery. The gallery exists in an online space which I found really interesting as I haven’t come…

The Lab Hypothesis: Why haven’t aliens made contact yet, and are we being watched?

If you haven’t heard of the Fermi Paradox, here it is in a nutshell: given the high probability that extraterrestrial life exists (keeping in mind the vastness of space and the planets in the houses continue to be found), why…

The Lab Hypothesis: Why haven’t aliens made contact yet, and are we being watched?

If you haven’t heard of the Fermi Paradox, here it is in a nutshell: given the high probability that extraterrestrial life exists (keeping in mind the vastness of space and the planets in the houses continue to be found), why…

Debt consolidation is not a solution to credit problems

Dear Dave, Is debt consolidation a good way to get out of debt? – Erikah Dear Erika, No it is not. Debt consolidation companies try to position themselves this way, but they don’t even come close to addressing or solving…

Rodas to use JLab postdoc award to pursue light meson research – W&M News

Some particles are ordinary, like the protons and neutrons that make up the atomic nuclei of all the matter around us. They are stable under strong interactions and their fundamental properties are known. But Arkaitz Rodas studies far more elusive…

Space station astronauts unpack new science experiments from SpaceX Dragon supply ship

The SpaceX Dragon supply ship carrying more than 5,800 pounds of new science experiments and crew supplies, photographed from a window of the SpaceX Dragon Freedom crew ship, approaches the International Space Station above the South Atlantic Ocean on July…

New Art Exhibition Expresses Freedom | The new times

AN ONGOING COLLECTIVE solo art exhibition “Beyond Freedom” aims to reveal that there is more to what we call freedom through the use of artwork. It started on Friday July 15th and will end on July 23rd at Iteme Art…

Crew unboxes new science experiments from Dragon – Space Station

The SpaceX Dragon supply ship carrying more than 5,800 pounds of cargo approaches the space station over the South Atlantic Ocean on July 16, 2022. New science experiments continue to be unpacked inside the newly…

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Postdoctoral Fellow in Berkeley, CA for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Details Job : 15-Jul-22 Location: Berkeley, California Preferred education: 4 year diploma Categories: Nuclear physics Sector: Private sector Work function: Postdoctoral research Postdoctoral fellow – 95778 Division: AA-Accelerator Tech-Applied Phys The ATAP (Accelerator Tech-Applied Physics) division of the Lawrence Berkeley…

science and art – Rouleur

Cyclo-cross world champions killing the Tour de France are like buses: you wait for one, then two arrive at once. Tom Pidcock became the second of the breed to win a stage in the 2022 Grande Boucle after Wout van…

Research institutions form alliance to explore equitable career advancement

A three million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation has been awarded jointly to Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Johns Hopkins University and New York University to fund the development of a new model of advancement, Project ELEVATE, through the…

Daresbury Laboratory turns 60 – looking back on six decades of discoveries

The instantly recognizable tower top of the Daresbury Laboratory. (Jason Roberts/Echo of Liverpool) The Daresbury Laboratory celebrates 60 years at the forefront of science as it looks back on a legacy of world-leading research and breaks new frontiers of discovery….

NSF’s $3.8 Million Grant Opens New Era of Early Universe Research

In the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 27 kilometer underground tube beneath the Swiss and French countryside, Cornell physicists smash matter into its component parts to learn more about elementary particles and their interactions. A $3.8 million grant from the…

DOE announces $78 million for high-energy physics research

WASHINGTON DC., July 14, 2022 — The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced $78 million in funding for 58 research projects that will spur new discoveries in high-energy physics. The projects, housed at 44 colleges and universities in 22 states,…

The Art of Drones class takes off at Nellie N. Coffman Middle School

Sometimes school board meetings feel like a buzz. But Tuesday night’s meeting of the Palm Springs United Board of Education turned out differently. The board has approved an exciting new class for the 2022-23 school year called “The Art of…

Scientific advances and programs proliferate at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

FUSION PILOT PLANT: Shown here is PPPL’s ​​National Spherical Torus Experiment (NSTX-U) upgrade. The spherical device is shaped like a hollowed-out apple and can produce high-pressure plasmas – a necessity for fusion reactions – with relatively low and cost-effective magnetic…

COC Aerospace and Science Team Seeks Funding for Space Experiments

“It’s expensive to go to space.” And that’s why, says Teresa Ciardi, academic advisor for the aerospace team and scientist at the College of the Canyons, the group is seeking to raise $60,000 to cover the cost of creating science…

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory • The Nob Hill Gazette

IIt is one of the least aesthetically pleasing buildings imaginable. Painted a blah institutional beige, it stretches on and on and on and on, looking like a long, obsessively straight storage shed. This blight on the peninsula’s bucolic landscape may…

Debt Consolidation Loans Market Explore Development Share, Business Outlook, Regional Overview & Growth Opportunities By 2028 | Upstart, Lending Club, Prosper, OneMain Financial

There “debt consolidation loan marketThe research report provides a 360 degree overview of the market scenario, covering the dynamics affecting the competitive landscape of the industries. The report also provides data guesses identifying key challenges faced by businesses, covering market…

Debt consolidation significantly increases credit rating

What you need to know before consolidating your debts Debt consolidation can be good for your credit scores and your peace of mind if you do it the right way. FOX 5 I-Team’s Dana Fowle explains all the risks and…

“Our flag means death” and stories of queer pirates | Art

Editor’s Note: “Dead Men Tell Some Tales” is a bi-weekly column that reviews and discusses various pirate-centric works of fiction. Warning: Here are spoilers for the TV show “Our Flag Means Death” To borrow from Jane Austen, it’s a universally…

Microgravity Science Glovebox Marks 20 Years of Zero G Research

Thinking outside the box powers many NASA innovations for missions exploring space and improving life on Earth. But thinking – or working – inside the box makes scientific discoveries possible aboard the International Space Station. The box is the Microgravity…

NMSU Continues Particle Physics Research with Renewed DOE Grant

LAS CRUCES – Many people learn in elementary school that the main components that make up all matter on earth are protons, neutrons and electrons. However, the true foundations of atoms are smaller and much more enigmatic than the school…

Apply for the position of Laboratory Technician at CPP-IPR Sonapur

Applications are invited for various technical positions at the Center for Plasma Physics – Plasma Research Institute (CPP-IPR) Sonapur. Center for Plasma Physics – Plasma Research Institute (CPP-IPR) Sonapur is calling for applications from eligible candidates for the position of…

Physicists announce progress in research on underground particles in lead

The attached interviews are from SDPB’s daily public affairs show, In the Moment, with Lori Walsh. Progress at Sanford’s underground lead research facility – including an experiment that recently began – could give physicists insight into the building blocks of…

Activists Fighting Climate Change… By Sticking to Art

Chances are that over the past few months you have heard of Just stop the oil. The climate justice campaign group has made headlines for its unusual protest tactics, including storming the track during the British Grand Prix, blocking entrances…

Shenzhou-14 Taikonauts Conduct Science Experiments in Orbit and Prepare for Spacewalks

Scientific efforts aboard China’s space station are expected to bear fruit, as astronauts from Shenzhou-14 have been spending more time on microgravity experiments on the orbiting Tianhe Core Module since entering a month ago. The Chinese space station is designed…

Remortgaging offers a lifeline for debt consolidation

“The cost of living crisis represents an opportunity for brokers to reconnect with clients and understand the challenges they may be facing in their finances.” As this unprecedented price inflation begins to bite deeper, there are fears that soaring energy,…

Shenzhou-14 Taikonauts Conduct Microgravity Experiments

China Manned Space Agency’s orbital research encompasses microbiology, physics and medicine. The connection of two laboratory modules with the central module of the space station in orbit will be observed by Chen Dong, Liu Yang and Cai Xuzhe, who were…

Cooperation for laser nuclear fusion research

Powerful high-intensity lasers at the Center for Advanced Laser Applications will enable experiments to explore laser nuclear fusion The Free State of Bavaria supports the collaboration with 2.5 million euros Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) and the Munich start-up Marvel Fusion GmbH have…

Debt Consolidation Market Will See Amazing Growth By 2031 – Designer Women

How about a well-documented study on the Debt Consolidation which includes an in-depth examination of the different models, programs and assets that could cause a paradigm shift in the rate of growth? It’s a reality. Based on the latest changes…

Shenzhou-14 taikonauts conduct science experiments in orbit and prepare for spacewalks

BEIJING, July 6 (Xinhua) — Scientific efforts aboard China’s space station are expected to bear fruit, as Shenzhou-14 astronauts have spent more time on microgravity experiments on the Tianhe orbiting core module since entering a month ago. The Chinese space…

Research physicist in Berkeley, CA for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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Art Attack: A New Gallery, Frida Kahlo Tributes, and Where to Find Art in Denver

Get your art tickled this weekend, with tributes to Frida Kahlo, a queer fashion show with a twist, a new urban art gallery in Englewood, a tiki-art immersion and a pottery pop-up behind the scenes at Flux Studio. And that’s…

Shenzhou-14 taikonauts conduct science experiments in orbit, prepare for spacewalks_Xinhua

Screen image captured at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center on June 5, 2022 shows three Chinese taikonauts, Chen Dong (C), Liu Yang (R) and Cai Xuzhe, saluting after entering the central module of the space station Tianhe. (Xinhua/Li Xin) BEIJING,…

NASA robotic mission to explore the Moon’s mysterious Gruithuisen domes

The Gruithuisen domes are located in the largest impact crater on the near side of the Moon. Credit: NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University NASA has selected a new science mission that will land a spacecraft on a part of the Moon that…

Engineering Students Undertake Internships at Los Alamos National Laboratory » Liberty News

Christa Collins at the company’s main base in Los Alamos, NM After finishing their finals in May, two Liberty University School of Engineering students packed their bags and headed west for internships at Los Alamos National Laboratory, one of the…

What is debt consolidation and how does it work?

If your debts continue to climb, you may want to consider debt consolidation to help you get everything under control. /Getty Pictures If you’re in mounting debt, you’re probably not alone. According recent data from Experian, Americans had an average…

ALCF Resources Advanced Materials Characterization Research

July 5, 2022 — Using ALCF computing resources, a team led by University of Michigan scientists is advancing tomographic reconstruction algorithms to improve image quality for characterization research materials. a) As the tomographic experiment progresses, projections are collected over an…

CERN revives the particle accelerator to open a new era of experiments

Experiments are again launched outside Geneva within the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). After three years of upgrades and maintenance, research will once again continue in the particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), but this time at a…

New permanent installation at Georgia Tech promotes safety and art – WABE

A new installation promoting art and safety is on permanent display at the Crosland Tower on the Georgia Tech campus. Tristan Al-Haddad, professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture and owner of Studio Training, was commissioned to create the Crosland…

Research Assistant, Software and Firmware Engineer in Atom Arrays Lab at NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE

job description Software and firmware engineer at the Atom Arrays laboratory Arrays of atoms are one of the hottest platforms for quantum computing and simulation today. These involve ultracold atoms individually trapped and held in optical tweezers that can be…

Does neutron research confirm real portals? Scientists have found no evidence of parallel universes

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has done neutron research that could potentially confirm the existence of actual portals. It got the internet thinking of the “Upside Down” in Stranger Things. However, scientist Leah Broussard was quick to explain, according to the…

Researchers at the Plasma Physics Laboratory wonder: has the day of fusion come?

Director Steven Cowley *85 talks to new graduate students at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Elle Starkman, PPPL Leaders suggest we’re at a turning point for fusion energy For over 70 years, physicists have been trying to achieve controlled nuclear…

TASI brings art – gumbo style – to the heart of Southeast Texas

The Art Studio, Inc. (TASI) will host Gumbo Clayfest, a celebration of ceramic arts, July 6-8 at its gallery at 720 Franklin St. in downtown Beaumont. Clayfest is a public event featuring demonstrations and workshops for those interested in ceramic…

Fraunhofer IAF inaugurates new MOCVD research and laboratory buildings

News: Microelectronics July 1, 2022 On June 30, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid-State Physics IAF in Freiburg, Germany officially opened two new buildings with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Executive Director Prof. Rüdiger Quay, Mayor of Freiburg for Prof. construction…

Fraunhofer IAF inaugurates new MOCVD research and laboratory buildings

News: Microelectronics July 1, 2022 On June 30, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF in Freiburg, Germany officially inaugurated two new buildings with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Executive Director Prof. Rüdiger Quay, Mayor of Freiburg for Construction,…