This summer the Department of Physics welcomed an astrophysicist whom Global Citizen put on a list of the “17 Top Female Scientists who have Changed the World,” alongside names like Jane Goodall and Marie Curie.
Berkeley Study Provides Unprecedented Details on Ultrafast Processes in Diamond Nitrogen Vacancy Centers From supersensitive detections of magnetic fields to quantum information processing, the key to a number of highly promising advanced technologies may lie in one of the most … Continue reading →
Data analytics helps organizations hunt for cyber attacks ARMONK, N.Y. – 31 Jan 2013: Advanced attacks, widespread fraud and the pervasive use of social media, mobile and cloud computing are drastically altering the security landscape. As organizations increasingly need to … Continue reading →
*How Bob Vince changed the world* Where does it begin, the act of becoming a scientist? Perhaps with a bowling ball, its finger holes packed with explosives, which when detonated, launch the ball into the air, cracking the otherwise pristine … Continue reading →
For over 25 years, Dr. John M. Leventhal has been fighting a battle to protect the lives of hundreds of children who come through one of the child abuse programs at Yale. He has won many struggles along the way, … Continue reading →