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Mini-Science 2015 – “Biomimicry and the synthetic synapse”

mer, 04/01/2015 - 15:51
At the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter. If there is not enough time to answer them all on the spot, some of the other unanswered questions are sent to the presenter for posting here. Here are questions from Professor Timothy Kennedy’s lecture “Biomimicry and the synthetic [...]

Mini-Science 2015 Q&A – “An Abundance of Other Worlds: The Exoplanet Zoo”

mer, 04/01/2015 - 15:44
At the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter. If there is not enough time to answer them all on the spot, some of the other unanswered questions are sent to the presenter for posting here. Here are questions from Professor Andrew Cumming’s lecture “An Abundance of Other [...]

Mini-Science 2015 Q&A: “From telescopes to microscopes: Looking for little green bugs on Mars”

ven, 03/13/2015 - 10:20
At the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter. If there is not enough time to answer them all on the spot, some of the other unanswered questions are sent to the presenter for posting here. Here are questions from Professor Lyle Whyte’s lecture “From telescopes to microscopes: Looking [...]

Mini-Science 2015 Q&A: “Seeing the big bang”

jeu, 02/26/2015 - 18:16
At the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter. If there is not enough time to answer them all on the spot, some of the other unanswered questions are sent to the presenter for posting here. Here are questions from Professor Matt Dobbs’ lecture “Seeing the big bang” [...]

Hello, Goodbye

mar, 02/17/2015 - 14:37
In 2001, Suzanne Vega wrote a song called I’ll never be your Maggie May, where the last verse starts, “And so a woman leaves a man, and so the world turns on its end”. She pitches the line ironically; on the surface, she means the opposite of what she says: the breakup of relationships, people [...]