Astronomer Carolyn Porco, director of NASA’s Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for Operations, or CICLOPS, will speak April 9 at G-01 Uris Hall at 4:30 p.m.
David Awschalom, Ph.D. ’82, will deliver the 2014 Hans Bethe lecture April 9 on spintronics – an emerging field based on the quantum nature of the electron.
At a March 22 workshop aimed to encourage grade-school girls to pursue science and technology, Girl Scouts decoded secret messages and investigated a scene to earn scouting detective badges, among other activities.
A computer program by mathematics professor Michael Stillman makes abstract math problems concrete and computable.
Facial expressions are rooted in emotional responses that exploit how our eyes gather and focus light to detect an unknown threat, reports a study by neuroscientist by Adam Anderson in the journal Psychological Science.
Children in schools with vegetable gardens got 10 minutes more of exercise than before their schools had gardens, reports a study on the benefits of school gardens.
A revealing study of personal privacy and self-disclosure on Facebook asks: What were you thinking when you hit "post?"
William H. “Bill” Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and trustee of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will be on campus for the Oct. 1 dedication of Bill & Melinda Gates Hall.
A new study reports that advertising can result in “smart” false memories. That is, consumers who have a propensity to think more about decisions produce more false memories than those who process information at a more superficial level.
The first study on vitamin D status and congestive heart failure in dogs suggests the same that vitamin D deficiency may be a risk factor for congestive heart failure in canines.