I had intended to post this much ealier on, and certainly closer to the actual announcement of the Nobel Prizes in early October. It has however been a very busy period. Better late than never,… Read More »2020 Nobel Prize in Physics – Black holes
The two videos below were made a few years ago to support a Science Communication and Group Project module at the School of Physics Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Hertfordshire. The work was supported by the Institute of Physics and… Read More »Science Communication – Technical Writing and Presentation Advice
Physicists saw a black hole for the first time, debated the expansion rate of the universe, pondered the origin of time and modeled the end of clouds. — Read on www.quantamagazine.org/quantas-year-in-physics-2019-20191223/
Ashkin, Mourou, and Strickland share 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics Left to right: Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou, and Donna Strickland. Credits: Bell Labs, Alexis Cheziere/CNRS Photothèque, and University of Waterloo Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou, and… Read More »2018 Nobel Prize in Physics
Now reading my monthly issue of “Physics Wolrd”. An interesting Focus issue on biomedical physics. This article on developing clinical partnerships is a recommended read.
Originally published here. A new Bose-Einstein condensate Although Bose-Einstein condensation has been observed in several systems, the limits of the phenomenon need to be pushed further: to faster timescales, higher temperatures, and smaller sizes.… Read More »A new Bose-Einstein condensate