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Entrepreneurs thrive on competition and just as in elite sports, "winner takes all." One way of increasing the odds of success
Thanks to Ahmed Zewail, science is once again coming to the forefront of the Egyptian World. "A femtosecond to a second, is
The fantasies reached their zenith, both in grandiosity and implausibility, somewhere around the fifth grade. I imagined
Christian Ott won't return until August 2017. Meanwhile, the status of three federally funded projects remains unclear.
Although they often lost track of their values, vision and mission, which inevitably led their business astray, they somehow
My dream is that 40 years from now, the terrible carnage now wracking the Middle East will give way to building and utilizing knowledge for the betterment of humankind. For Egypt, it would be a return to its civilizational roots as a world center of learning. For me, it would complete the circle of my personal destiny.
Soon, technologies that can manage one's utilities and maintenance may be able, at the same time, to provide health updates
Science fiction films and books have created a hunger for Oculus-style, head-mounted displays (HMDs) and "immersive" experiences, but does wearing a pair of goggles really have more power to transport us? Based on my 10 years of experience in the field I don't think so.
The world of transportation is now experiencing a renaissance as gas-guzzling vehicles are supplanted with alternative fuel sources. One way of accelerating the development of breakthrough innovations is by experimenting with and testing new technologies in racing.
The detection of gravitational waves has been one of the great challenges of modern astrophysical research. Its success will open a new window on the universe and allow us to trace its evolution almost to its beginning.
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As we've been forced to learn in our rapidly expanding digital age, you can't always trust what you read on the Internet, particularly when it lacks an original source, as was the case with this supposed letter from Einstein.
This movie shows the brown dwarf, LSRJ 1835+3259, as seen with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Very Large Array, pulsing as a result of the process that creates powerful auroras.
Scientists at Caltech have confirmed the distance of the furthest galaxy known in the Universe as of today. The light from this very early celestial comes just 570 million years after the Big Bang.
Some of the people seated around the long table in the elegant dark wooded South Pasadena home have been fighting the idea of a five-mile long tunnel nearly 200 feet beneath their feet for decades.
Did you know that working with a mentor is a critical component of your success? You probably know that a mentor can give you advice on how to get your feet wet in your unique area of interest. But do you know how to find one?
When you allow a bit of mystery into the end, you let the reader know that you're okay with not knowing everything. That shows maturity, and it lets the colleges know that you're in a perfect place to dive into the complicated issues you're going to face in your college classes.
The isotope measurements showed that the canyon began filling with sediment around 2.5 million years ago. Around the same
The findings, in the journal Nature Geoscience, back up theories about how heat moves south and set benchmarks to track climate