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  1. Berkeley: Laser co-creator Charles Townes, a Nobel laureate, dies at age 99Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Inside Bay Area

    ... are just some of the tools and technologies that rely on lasers. "Charlie Townes had an enormous impact on physics and society in general," Steven Boggs, the chairman of the physics department at Berkeley, said Wednesday. A devoted member of the ...

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  2. Charles Townes, who helped invent now-ubiquitous laser, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | WJRT

    Townes, the co-inventor of the laser and a Nobel laureate in physics, has died. He was 99. Officials at the Un... .

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  3. The tell-tale signs of a galactic mergerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Science Daily

    ... ages in the last several million years. The Ever since Einstein proposed his special theory of relativity in 1905, physics and cosmology have been based on the assumption that space looks the same in all directions -- that it's not squeezed in The ...

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  4. Nanomedicines of the future will build on quantum chemistryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Science Daily

    ... But here we need to pay attention, for things are really rather more complicated than that. Your high school physics teacher will have told you that electrons circle the atom. Things are not that simple, though, in the world of quantum physics. ...

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  5. Could a new proposed particle help to detect Dark Matter?Read the original story

    Thursday Jan 29 | Science Daily

    ... indirect evidence and considerable experimental effort, no one has managed to detect Dark Matter directly. Particle physics gives us clues to what Dark Matter might be, and the standard view is that Dark Matter particles have a very large mass for ...

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  6. Global warming won't mean more stormy weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | EurekAlert!

    ... global warming we'll get more evaporation of the oceans," said Frederic Laliberte, a research associate at U of T's physics department and lead author of a study published this week in Science . "But circulation in the atmosphere is like a heat ...

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  7. For my Federation of University Students classmatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Scoop

    ... poor rich. The Greeks, for almost 3,000 years, without travelling very far, were brilliant in almost all activities: physics, mathematics, philosophy, architecture, art, science, politics, astronomy and other branches of human knowledge. Greece, ...

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  8. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    ... down the stairs. Gunfire makes noise, right? Or did Jack nipple-cute Sir Isaac Newton again and break the laws of physics? Hunchback Hastings starts applauding the news of Kayla's escape and congratulates everyone, including Starbuck. What the hell ...

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  9. Missing link in metal physics explains Earth's magnetic fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | R & D

    ... explanation. In their work, Cohen and Zhang, along with Kristjan Haule of Rutgers Univ., used a new computational physics method and found that the original thermal convection theory was right all along. Their conclusion hinges on discovering that ...

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  10. Jeffrey Epstein: The Sex Offender Who Mixes with Princes and PremiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | The Daily Beast

    ... as "like a five star hotel where nobody paid", the pretty girls offering massages, the on-tap chat about theoretical physics - but with his 600 flying hours a year to play with, usually with guests on board - Epstein had a lot of flight leverage. ...

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  11. Charles Townes, physicist who helped invent laser, dies at 99Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | The Globe and Mail

    Physicist Charles Townes explains his invention, the maser, during a news conference in New York on Jan. 25, 1955. Townes did most of the work that would make him one of three scientists to share the 1964 Nobel Prize in physics for research leading to the creation of the laser.

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  12. Laser Co-creator and Nobel Laureate Charles Townes dies at 99Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    ... are just some of the tools and technologies that rely on lasers. "Charlie Townes had an enormous impact on physics and society in general," Steven Boggs, the chairman of the physics department at Berkeley, said. A devoted member of the United Church ...

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  13. Stellar Astronomers Answer Question Posed by Citizen Scientists: 'What Are Yellowballs?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Science, Industry and Business

    ... the 900 yellowballs tagged by citizen scientists. Charles Kerton, an Iowa State University associate professor of physics and astronomy and a member of the Milky Way Project science team, is first author of the paper. Co-authors are Grace Wolf-Chase ...

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  14. Particle physics: A new awakening?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | The Economist

    ... plasma alternately with the protons. According to AWAKE's spokesman, Allen Caldwell of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, the electric fields in a machine like this will be 100 times stronger than those of the ILC. A wakefield machine ...

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  15. Laser Inventor Dies at Age 99Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | IGN

    ... had spearheaded in 1954. Bell Laboratories patented the new idea as a laser. In 1964, Townes won the Nobel Prize in Physics with N. G. Basov and Aleksandr Prokhorov for their work in quantum electronics. Townes also gained a following for his ...

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  16. Researchers make magnetic grapheneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Bit-tech.net

    ... responsible for winning the University of Manchester's Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov the 2010 Nobel Prize for Physics, graphene is deceptively simple. It's little more than an allotrope of carbon in a sheet one molecule thick, and can be ...

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  17. Quantum Experiment Helps Prove Einstein's Theory of RelativityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | LiveScience

    ... atoms that were a byproduct of an attempt to build quantum computers. Special relativity is a cornerstone of modern physics, and was formulated by Einstein in 1905. The theory states two things: the laws of physics are the same everywhere, and the ...

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  18. America delivers Deflategate verdict: Patriots are cheatersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | New York Post

    ... The science community doesn't believe Belichick, either. Attorneys working on the NFL investigation contacted the physics department at Columbia last week to serve as consultants on "matters related to gas physics," according to the New York Times. ...

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  19. Out There: The changing of the bulbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Jerusalem Post

    ... a bulb. In 2014, Japanese physicists Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura shared the Nobel Prize in physics for research making the light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs possible. Me, I feel deserving of a prize every time I successfully buy ...

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  20. 10 things to know todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Grand Haven Tribune

    ... on things like speed traps - is making it harder to nab offenders. Charles Townes shared the 1964 Nobel Prize in physics for the work he did while on the faculty at Columbia University. Log in to your account to post comments here and on other ...

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