Melt Flow Indexer Market Size, Scope and Forecast |Instron, Qualitest, Industrial Physics, Dynisco, ZwickRoell – Designer Women

Melt Flow Indexer Market Size, Scope and Forecast |Instron, Qualitest, Industrial Physics, Dynisco, ZwickRoell – Designer Women

The GlobalMelt Flow Indexer Market” Report provides in-depth analysis of emerging trends, market drivers, development opportunities, and market constraints that may have an impact on the market dynamics of the industry. Each market sector is examined in depth in the Market Research Intellect, including goods, applications, and a competitive analysis. The report was created using … Read more

Charles Pogue Obituary (2022) – East Moline, IL

Charles Pogue Obituary (2022) – East Moline, IL

Charles G. Pogue MD November 7, 1941-June 28, 2022 EAST MOLINE-Charles G. Pogue MD, 80, East Moline, passed away with his family at his side, on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at Genesis Medical Center-East Campus, Davenport after a courageous battle with cancer. Dr. Pogue was a perfect patient. Funeral services are 10 AM Wednesday, July … Read more

The art of paying science teachers more is at the heart of poor policy

The art of paying science teachers more is at the heart of poor policy

I remember Mr Fred Wabwire’s eyes. Not his explanation of Archimedes’ Principle, or none of that stuff about why an object will remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless compelled to change its state by the action of an external force. Yawn. It is his eyes I remember. Which is … Read more

Bernese researchers simulate defense of the

Bernese researchers simulate defense of the

image: Info graphic which shows what effects the collision of DART could have on the orbit of Didymos B. view more Credit: © NASA / Johns Hopkins APL NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission is the world’s first full-scale planetary defense test against potential asteroid impacts on Earth. Researchers of the University of Bern … Read more

The unlikely stories of neutrino research involves ultrapure water, shifting masses, and two casino-loving physicists

The unlikely stories of neutrino research involves ultrapure water, shifting masses, and two casino-loving physicists

Neutrinos are hard things to study. These elementary particles aren’t only elusive, but they don’t interact very much with their surroundings, and they are picky about partners. Their existence was first posted in the 1930s and was only confirmed in 1942, when neutrinos were directly observed for the first time. Neutrinos are very small and … Read more

Charles William Lear – Intermountain Catholic

Charles William Lear – Intermountain Catholic

Friday, Jul. 01, 2022 Intermountain Catholic + Enlarge Charles William Lear Charles William Lear April 8, 1935 ~ May 31, 2022 Charles William Lear passed away May 31, 2022, in South Ogden of natural causes, surrounded by family at home, on his own terms, according to his own wishes. He was born on April 8, … Read more

How to retain women and LGBT+ scientists in physics

How to retain women and LGBT+ scientists in physics

New research shows LGBT+ physicists often face hostile work environments that result in many of them leaving the field. Results from new research reveals the importance of diversity and inclusion. “In the course of my life, I’ve experienced homophobia, unfortunately. I had previously thought that I was going to keep my queer identity at home, … Read more

Objective Reality May Not Exist, Scientists Say

Objective Reality May Not Exist, Scientists Say

One of the biggest mysteries in quantum mechanics is whether physical reality exists independent of its observer. New research from Brazil provides strong evidence that there might be mutually exclusive, yet complementary physical realities in the quantum realm. Future research on the great quantum debate might give us super-disruptive quantum technologies—and probably startling answers to … Read more

Rubin Observatory/LSST Cosmological Survey – Applications Physicist I in Batavia, IL for Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Rubin Observatory/LSST Cosmological Survey – Applications Physicist I in Batavia, IL for Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Details Posted: 29-Jun-22 Location: Batavia, Illinois Required Education: Doctorate Salary: Competitive Categories: Astronomy and Space Science Computer Science: Computer Design and Engineering Physics: Physics Sector: Government and National Lab Function: Other We Are: Fermilab is America’s premier laboratory for particle physics and accelerator research, funded by the US Department of Energy. We support discovery science … Read more