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Little Haiti with Magda Love

recent mural collaboration with Magda Love in Miami 

Kabyle Yasmine Amhis winner of the Grand Prize Jacques Herbrand (Physics)

PARIS (Siwel) – The French Academy of Sciences, which celebrates its 350 years in 2016 was awarded the Grand Prix Jacques Herbrand to the Kabyle researcher Yasmine Amhis, from the village of Tawrirt Mimmun in Lɛerc at-Yenni, at a ceremony held November 22, 2016 under the dome of the Institut de France in Paris.              293 more words


From CERN: "In Practice: What do data analysts do all day?"


2 Dec 2016
Kathryn Coldham
Kate Kahle
Harriet Jarlett

CMS physicist Nadjieh Jafari switched from theoretical to experimental physics early on in her career. “It was an easy decision,” she says. 1,227 more words

Basic Research

AntiProtonic Helium (pHe)

What would seem like science fiction has now be observed and measured by experimental physicists. These physicists have studied a bizarre form of helium in which, one of the atom’s two electrons is knocked out and replaced by an antiproton(pHe).  607 more words


Fave Five (12/2/2016)

Fave Five (12/2/2016)

Our Fave Five essentially represents a listing of stocks with favorable short term total return forecasts (1 year, according to Analyst Consensus Estimates, or ACE) combined with strong long-term return forecasts and good/excellent quality rankings. 280 more words


Fluid modeling of Resistive Plate Chambers

Resistive Plate Chambers (RPCs) are particle detectors mainly used for timing and triggering in high energy physics experiments, such as ATLAS and ALICE at CERN… 940 more words

Journal Of Physics D: Applied Physics