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Fractal Material Science

Prof. Benoît B. Mandelbrot (20 November 1924 – 14 October 2010)

Science > Chemistry > Ceramics

Keywords: Physics, Mathematics, fracture mechanics, materilas, Chaos theory, Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics, mechanics, Mechanical Phenomena, Metals, Fractals, fractal analysis, fractal dimension, fractal, Mechanical Behaviour, failure analysis, Cracks, geometry, surface roughness, Surface Properties, Materials Science, Materials characterisation, Materials Testing, Mechanical Properties, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgy

Posted by: Milos Djukic

Posted on: 15 Apr 2014

Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE) Group on LinkedIn and HE Mechanisms Project on ResearchGate

"Hydrogen damages present one of the most complex phenomena of degradation of metallic materials"

Science > Chemistry > Metals and Alloys

Keywords: hydrogen embrittlement, Materials Science, Materials characterisation, Materials Testing, corrosion, Metals, Metallurgy, Mechanical Properties, fracture mechanics, Damaging micromechanisms, Physiscs, Corrosion Research, materials processing, Advanced materials

Posted by: Milos Djukic

Posted on: 13 Apr 2014

Professor Andrei Linde celebrates physics breakthrough

Today is a great day for science, humanity and Andrei Dmitriyevich Linde—one of the main authors of the inflationary universe theory that was confirmed today. Watch his emotions as assistant...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 18 Mar 2014

The world's greatest autograph book

Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, The Queen and the man who invented the Internet... How much do you think this collection of signatures is worth? The Royal Society Charter Book must...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 21 Feb 2014

Professional Learning with Scientific American and NYU Polytechnic

Now you can take (or teach) Professional Learning online courses with Scientific American and NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: online courses, professional licensure/certification

Posted by: Mariette DiChristina

Posted on: 11 Feb 2014

Google And the World Brain

Documentary which tells the story of the most ambitious project ever conceived on the internet and the people who tried to stop it. In 1937 HG Wells predicted the creation of the 'world brain', a...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 03 Dec 2013

TeeGene Biotech

TeeGene biotech is a spin out venture from Teesside University, which is pioneering the use of bio surfactant in a range of environmental and biomedical applications. These offer substantial...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Posted by: Pattanathu K S M Rahman

Posted on: 04 Nov 2013

NEEDIL (Northeast England and Tamilnadu) Research Network

To develop green technologies for the reduction of carbon emissions and to maximise capture & sequestration of carbon (dioxide) through green and sustainable technologies.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Posted by: Pattanathu K S M Rahman

Posted on: 04 Nov 2013

A road trip (and a night in a brothel!) with Richard Feynman

Freeman Dyson, mathematician and theoretical physicist, tells how he was lucky enough to drive across the USA with Richard Feynman in 1947.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 24 Oct 2013

Open access and the Science "sting"

Open Letter to the Frontiers Editorial Boards

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Bioinformatics

Keywords: Open access, Open Science, Open access publishing, Science sting

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 22 Oct 2013

Professor Guralnik's congratulations and reflections on the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics

On July 4, 2012, I sat in the CERN auditorium next to long-time friend and collaborator Richard Hagen, listening with excitement to the presentations of data from the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. It...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Bioinformatics

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 17 Oct 2013

Professor Paul Ginsparg Honored by White House for arXiv

Public sharing of research is fundamental to the advancement of science. Prof. Paul Ginsparg (doctoral student of Ken Wilson) Ph.D. ’81, information science and physics, took this to heart when he...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Bioinformatics

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 16 Oct 2013

Department of Physics Will Hold a Symposium for Ken Wilson

Ken Wilson Symposium: November 16, 2013, to Celebrate the Science of Ken Wilson!

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Bioinformatics

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 09 Oct 2013

From Particle Physics to Ice, Water and Steam

A mathematical method that determined an elementary link between two forces of nature has also led to a deeper understanding of what seems to be a fundamental link between solids, liquids and gases....

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 04 Oct 2013

Nobel Prize Announcement Dates

Monday 7 October, 11:30 a.m. at the earliest - The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine The prize will be announced by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary of the Nobel Committee for Physiology or...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 01 Oct 2013

How to Publish in Nature - Leslie Sage

Interesting talk by excellent speaker

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 22 Sep 2013

Single Trial Decoding of Belief Decision Making from EEG and fMRI Data Using ICA Features

New Article about decoding decision making using EEG and fMRI.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: machine learning, Decision Making, Decoding, EEG, fMRI, Belief

Posted by: Pamela Douglas

Posted on: 27 Jul 2013

Join the "Scientist Corps"

Researcher volunteers are marching into U.S. classrooms to inspire kids in science, technology, engineering and mathematics as part of Scientific American's program, 1,000 Scientists in 1,000 Days....

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Education, Medical, Education, K-12 Education

Posted by: Mariette DiChristina

Posted on: 16 Jul 2013

Teach a Course for Scientific American and NYU-Poly

Information about how to propose a week-long short course for NYU-Poly and Scientific American.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: NYU-Poly, mHealth, Technology, big data, sustainable agriculture, manufacturing, Aging

Posted by: Mariette DiChristina

Posted on: 10 Jul 2013

Scientific American's "Guest Blog"

In addition to writing feature articles for our print edition or Web site (see earlier post), Scientific American welcomes Guest Blog posts from experts about topics of interest.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Bioinformatics

Keywords: scientific american, blogs, Public Health, Public Policy, society, Public Opinion

Posted by: Mariette DiChristina

Posted on: 04 Jul 2013

Still looking for a metaphor for your scientific model....?

Spherical cow is a metaphor for highly simplified scientific models of complex real life phenomena.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Ilya Adamchic

Posted on: 01 Jul 2013

How to Propose an Article to Scientific American

Scientific American is always looking for researchers who'd like to explain their work to the public in our print/tablet editions, online, and in popular-level books through our imprint with Farrar,...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: scientific american, Journalism, Public Opinion, Public Policy

Posted by: Mariette DiChristina

Posted on: 29 Jun 2013

Introduction to Scientific American

The longest continuously published magazine in the United States, Scientific American has been serving its audience of lifelong learners with the latest news in science and technology since 1845.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Scientific Misconduct, Journalism, Public Policy

Posted by: Mariette DiChristina

Posted on: 29 Jun 2013

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