Month: September 2022

Can this “outsider to the art world” attract an art-curious YouTube audience?

“Hi, I’m Jessie. I’m a science math person, yet I work at the Getty, famous for its art and culture. So begins each ten-minute episode of J. Paul’s light-hearted YouTube video series Getty Trust Become artistic. The initiative was launched…

Why should you get a debt consolidation loan now

Debt consolidation loans allow borrowers to combine their debts into one loan with a lower interest rate. Getty Images/iStockphoto No one likes to pay more than their fair share. Whether you have a mortgage, student loan, Personal loan or any…

Particle Physics Research for Global Mental Health

Mental health is a constant of thought and memory [stores, splits and sequences]. These, as particles, are an opportunity in physics research for advances where brain science has none. Physics is already present in the brain in many ways, including…

RTL Today – Quantum AI lab: Tracking down uncertainty: Google harnesses quantum mechanics in a California lab

Outside, the warm September sun warms an idyllic coast as California enjoys another perfect day. Inside, it’s minus 460 degrees Fahrenheit (-273 degrees Celsius) in some places, pockets of cold bristling with the impossible physics of quantum mechanics – a…

New research can help electric utilities take climate change into account

Researchers have developed a method to determine the impact of climate change on the supply and variability of local renewable energies. An increase in unusual weather patterns linked to climate change means that demand for electricity and the availability of…

NASA planetary defense experiments are just getting started

Etiamophobia is the fear of an asteroid hitting the Earth, presumably ending all life as we know it. Though previously unlikely, we now have a way to protect humanity from the vagaries of an unpredictable universe. On Monday evening, about…

ABU Partners with International Atomic Energy Agency for Internet Reactor Lab Project

The Ahmadu Bello University Center for Energy Research and Training, CERT, has signed an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, on participation in the Internet Reactor Laboratory, IRL project on the use of a research reactor for nuclear…

upcoming art exhibition at the Simons Center invites visitors to reflect on connections |

The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics (SCGP) features works by mathematician Moira Chas, industrial designer Johnathan Hopp and artist duo LoVid from From September 30 to December 7 at Simons Center Gallery. The Opening Reception will be Friday, September…

LLNL diffraction gratings to activate the most powerful laser | Research & Technology | Sep 2022

LIVERMORE, Calif., September 27, 2022 – Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and their collaborators have developed high-energy pulse compression gratings that will be installed in what will be the world’s most powerful laser system. The laser system, called…

Art of Rally Indonesia update is coming to PC

The Art of Rally Indonesia update adds six exotic stages and a new free roam area. Created by Funselektor’s Dune Casu, Art of Rally is the ultimate love letter to rallying, combining a minimalist art style with stunningly realistic driving…

Postdoctoral researcher in astroparticle physics job with NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY – NTNU

About the position We welcome applications for a postdoctoral research position at the Department of Physics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). We particularly encourage women to apply for this position. The selected candidate will join a…

Researchers seek concrete answers to a decades-old artistic mystery

Newswise – Using Argonne’s advanced photon source, scientists are trying to determine if Wolf Vostell’s paper “Concrete Book” actually contains a book. The answer may change how this artist’s work is studied and presented. When is a book not a…

Yale physics professor named deputy director and director of research at Fermilab

Professor Bonnie Fleming of Yale’s Department of Physics leaves the university to become research director and deputy director of the US Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Akash Chakka and Valentina Simon 10:05 p.m., September 22, 2022 Collaborating Journalist…

DOE announces $30 million for high-energy physics research using advanced computing

September 21, 2022 – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $30 million in funding for five projects for computational and simulation techniques and tools to understand the universe through collaborations that enable effective use of high-performance DOE computers….

‘Origami in the Garden’ Brings Science, Math and Art Together at the Atlanta Botanical Garden – WABE

The ancient tradition of origami represents the intersection of art, mathematics and science. Robert J. Lang is among the world’s leading masters of the art form. The eminent physicist and engineer has built some of the most intricate and intricate…

Six Lincoln Laboratory Inventions Win 2022 R&D 100 Awards | MIT News

Six technologies developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory are among the winners of this year’s R&D 100 awards. The awards recognize the 100 most significant innovations that have been used or made available for sale or license in the past year….

4 reasons to take out a personal loan for debt consolidation

Our goal at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, hereafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us…

OSSC recruitment notice 2022 for 64 junior laboratory assistant positions; Check how to apply online, salary, eligibility

The Odisha Personnel Selection Commission (OSSC) has invited online applications for the position of Junior Laboratory Assistant 64 on its official website. Check the Application Process for OSSC Recruitment 2022, Age Limit, Qualification and other details here. OSSC Recruitment 2022…

Rock jumping is a lost art. Kurt Steiner wants the world to find him.

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Kurt struggled with the duality of his mental life throughout his teenage years, going from hyperfocus to apathy. His classmates crowded around to watch him on a pinball machine, where he could spend hours without losing a marble. He…

Dhanushkodi Mariappan selected to participate in the NAE Symposium

Later this month, the mechanical engineer from GE Research Dhanushkodi Mariappan will join 83 other hand-picked early-career engineers for the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) The Grainger Foundation Frontiers of Engineering 2022 Symposium. The four themes of the symposium are:…

Debt consolidation loan: what you need to know

Debt consolidation loans combine multiple debts into one loan, which can potentially save you money. Getty Images If you’re struggling to manage your debts on multiple credit cards, a debt consolidation loan could simplify your monthly finances and help you…

Under pressure: solid matter adopts a new behavior

Studying the behavior of solid matter at enormous pressures, such as those found in the inner depths of giant planets, is a great experimental challenge. To help meet this challenge, researchers and collaborators at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) dove…

UCLA Art|Sci Center’s interactive event aims to bridge the gap between art and science

As artistic and scientific practices merge, human explorations from the outside space and the deep sea. Dedicated to the synthesis of art and science, the UCLA Art|Sci Center will host “[Alien] Stardust meets plankton”, an interactive program event at UCLA…

Fermilab Announces Appointment of Bonnie Fleming as Deputy Director and Director of Research

Bonnie Fleming The Director of the US Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Lia Merminga, announced that Bonnie Fleming has been named Director of Research and Deputy Director of Fermilab responsible for leading all areas of science and technology,…

A delegation from IN2P3 visits Fermilab

A delegation of five members from the CNRS National Institute of Nuclear Physics and Particle Physics, led by Reynald Pain, director of IN2P3, visited the US Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory on 2 September. Fermilab Director Lia Merminga…

Jet Propulsion Laboratory Product Review

The education section of the site offers free lessons that educators can use with their classes, as well as projects that learners can try from home. The larger JPL site also contains articles, data, images and videos about JPL and…

Baylor Recruits Aaron Wright, Ph.D., of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to Serve as Schofield Endowed Chair in Biomedical Studies | Media and public relations

Aaron Wright, Ph.D., inaugural James R. Schofield Professor of Biomedical Studies at Baylor University. (Matthieu Minard/Baylor University) Wright brings to Baylor a highly funded interdisciplinary research laboratory at the interface of microbiome, health and environment Media contact: Lori Fogleman,…

Lab simulation sheds light on solar wind-induced comet X-ray mechanism

Researchers from the Institute of Modern Physics (IMP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) recently set up an experimental platform to simulate the X-ray emission of comets irradiated by ions from the solar wind. With this platform, they studied…

Debt Consolidation Loan vs Balance Transfer: Which is Right for You?

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Maggie the Magnet brings fun science experiments to Xbox and Switch

No children, science is not boring. It’s not boring at all and it’s fundamental to our understanding of the world and its many phenomena. And Maggie the Magnet is here to tell us to have fun with magnets, with her…

Jalopnik fails gracefully in Art Of Rally on Twitch at 4 p.m. ET

Two weeks ago I discovered that rally art is available on Game Pass. Immediately I decided this would be our next Jalopnik streaming game for our Twitch channel. But, through those fateful two hours, I learned something: rally art is…

Self-funded students are ‘extremely concerned’ about the cost of living

Self-supporting UK PhD students want tuition waivers and access to hardship funds The self-funded PhD students have called on universities and the UK’s national research funder to provide more support as they struggle to make ends meet during the cost…

Internship pairs Santa Fe students with Los Alamos National Laboratory mentors

September 11 – Computer scientist Mark Galassi said he noticed that there weren’t many Santa Fe students invited to participate in internships at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he works. That’s why he partnered with Rhonda Crespo, a teacher…

INSTINC D – Art Festival 2022 Residence and exhibition

INSTINC D:Art Festival 2022 features 21 digital artists from the region with a collaborative physical and metaverse exhibition of the Top 3 and the best of 20 digital artists by public vote and esteemed judges from the scene. Artists Alvin…

Silicon Strip Detector Market 2022 Global Outlook, Research, Trends and Forecast to 2028

The Silicon Strip Detector Market has witnessed continuous growth in the past few years and is projected to grow at a good pace during the forecast period of 2022-2028. The exploration provides a 360° view and insights,…

Three Lessons in Art on Paper

Anyone who wants to learn anything about art will agree that convention centers are terrible sites for its display. Yet our current art market insists on such shoddy places, convinced that the next great finds will be buried in such…

How Curiosity, Physics and Unlikely Experiments Change the World by Suzie Sheehy

Suzie Shey. Knopf, $30 (320p) ISBN 978-0-5256-5875-7 Physicist Sheehy debuts with a terrific story of experiments that changed the course of science. In a quick and accessible account, Sheehy powerfully demonstrates how “our view of the smallest constituents of nature…

UCLA and Morehouse College researchers receive NSF grant for quantum research

A physicist at Morehouse College in Atlanta and engineer at UCLA Samueli School of Engineering received a $798,000 grant over three years from the National Science Foundation for research in quantum electrodynamics, coupled with a leadership and trainee plan focused…

UM and China Southern Power Grid build joint lab to promote research and development of carbon-neutral power and energy systems

MACAO, September 8 – The University of Macao (UM) and China Southern Power Grid Co, Ltd (China Southern Power Grid) today (September 8) signed an online collaboration agreement on the establishment of the China Southern Power Grid – University of…

IBM built the world’s largest and coldest refrigerator to cool quantum experiments

Studying the coldest, most distant, lowest and highest energies and smallest things in the universe is difficult. This requires building brand new devices that push the boundaries of modern technology. Today, IBM has built the world’s largest dilution refrigerator –…

4 common debt consolidation mistakes and how to avoid them

Are you struggling to cope with multiple forms of debt? If so, you may be considering consolidating your debts. Debt consolidation can be a great way to save money and get out of debt faster. Debt consolidation is an effective…

Laboratory engineer, laboratory technician or scientist (academic researcher), INAR job at UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI

The Faculty of Science is based on basic applied scientific research and complemented by the disciplines of geography and geology. Thanks to our strong research infrastructure and our internationally renowned researchers, our research is of the highest standard. Another strength…

Physicist Fleming takes on a new role at the National Laboratory

Bonnie Fleming, a professor of physics in Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Science and a faculty member at Yale’s Wright Lab, has taken on a new leadership role as director of research and deputy director of the Fermi National Accelerator…

Research Fellow, Theory Group Work at UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

Theory Group Location: Campus Highfield Salary: £32,348 to £37,473Full-time fixed term Closing Date: Sunday, September 18, 2022 Date of interview: To be confirmed Reference: 1934622WF The Southampton High Energy Physics (SHEP) group invites you to join our EPSRC/STFC funded position…

What is debt consolidation and how does it work?

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Paulos is preparing to retire from his position as director of the Physical Sciences Laboratory | To research

Job September 7, 2022 From Bob Paulos’ perspective, this was a banner year for field corn. He recalls that when he left his office at Stoughton’s Physical Sciences Laboratory (PSL) for vacation earlier this summer, the corn outside his window…

New interactive art experience and bar WONDERLAND DREAMS opens in New York in October

Artist Alexa Meade and Catching Flights, founders of the best-selling immersive exhibition Rosé Mansion, announced Wonderland Dreams, a new interactive art experience and bar launch in New York City (529 5th Avenue) on Friday, October 7, 2022 The experience will…

Using a Home Equity Loan for Debt Consolidation Isn’t Worth the Risk

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Debt consolidation halves among RIO borrowers: Hodge

According to Hodge Bank, the number of homeowners taking out retirement interest-only mortgages to consolidate debt has nearly halved in the past year despite the looming cost-of-living crisis. The percentage of customers who applied for RIO loans who wanted to…

Advice from the Better Business Bureau: Beware of debt consolidation offers

With the impact of COVID-19 on daily life greatly reduced, student borrowers whose repayments have been suspended due to the pandemic may be considering their options for resuming payments on this life-changing debt. This may lead some borrowers to look…

‘Unbounded’: Ex-cop Abhayanand’s experiences with law, physics and the Super 30: The Tribune India

Sandep Sinha POLICING involves using the law and applying scientific methods of investigation to solve crack cases. Abhayanand, former DGP of Bihar, entered the police world with the mindset of a physicist, becoming an unconventional officer. In his memoir, he…

‘Unbounded’: Ex-cop Abhayanand’s experiences with law, physics and the Super 30: The Tribune India

Sandep Sinha POLICING involves using the law and applying scientific methods of investigation to solve crack cases. Abhayanand, former DGP of Bihar, entered the police world with the mindset of a physicist, becoming an unconventional officer. In his memoir, he…

The art of debate taught me to see another point of view – it’s a skill that brings people together | life and style

OWhen I left South Korea for Australia at the age of eight, I learned that the worst part about crossing language borders was adapting to live conversation – to its fast and superimposed and its many about-turns. Once spun, the…

Dark Matter: Research by OSU Physics Department Alumnus and PhD Student Celebrated

Friday, September 2, 2022 Media contact: Elizabeth Gosney | CAS Marketing and Communication Manager | 405-744-7497 | [email protected] Dr. Sudip Jana, a former OSU PhD in physics and postdoctoral researcher in theoretical physics at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Germany, and…

Volunteering for a better world

VolunteerYouth is a student-led organization he founded with the goal of creating an impact on society by helping students find and apply for volunteer opportunities. ”Volunteering can be a tedious process due to the difficulty of finding and applying for…

NYU Abu Dhabi’s new talk season will feature Nobel Laureate Art McDonald

After two years of online-only events, NYU Abu Dhabi Institute has announced a fall schedule of in-person talks. Starting September 8, the lineup will include a wide range of speakers, discussing topics ranging from heritage and history to politics and…