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Anyone who Thinks He Understands Quantum Mechanics has to have Rocks in His Head

#60+mins #universityofmichigan-other #In-PersonCourse #osherlifelonglearninginstitute-U-Michigan #Science #Physics #Mathematics #QuantumMechanics #Event ​​​​​​​​​

 11-05-2019 01:00 PM - 11-25-2019 03:00 PM ET


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Understanding the Quantum World and Beyond

#60+mins #In-PersonCourse #osherlifelonglearninginstitute #Science #Technology #Physics #Mathematics #Engineering #OLLI

 09-17-2019 01:00 PM - 12-10-2019 03:00 PM ET


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What’s Really Behind Baseball’s Home Run Surge?

Materials Science and Engineering Professor Brian J. Love and Clinical Lecturer of Anesthesiology Michael L. Burns author a piece in The Conversation, analyzing reasons for the uptick in Major League Baseball home runs. July 22, 2019. #5-15mins #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #TheConversation #Technology #Science #MaterialsScience #SportsMedicine #Physics #ClimateChange #BrianJLove #MichaelLBurns ​​​​​​​​​​​​


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Europa’s Plumes: New Evidence from an Old Mission

U-M Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering associate professor Xianzhe Jia discusses his study exploring the water plumes of Europa, a moon of Jupiter. If these water plumes findings are accurate, there may be a potential for life on Europa. May 14, 2018. # #webarticle #MichiganNews #Science #AstronomyandAstrophysics #Physics #Science


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Doubling the Power of the World’s Most Intense Laser

U-M Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Karl Krushelnick explains the improvements made to the world’s most powerful laser and the benefits this will have for x-ray technology, astrophysics, and more. October 17, 2017. #5-15mins #Engineering #webarticle #NuclearEngineeringandRadiologicalSciences #Technology #Science #AstronomyandAstrophysics #Physics #Engineering #QuantumMechanics


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Hedgehog Particles for Control over Light Scattering

U-M Professor of Chemical Engineering heads research on the use of hedgehog particles to control light scattering, in order to develop antireflective coatings, optical devices, and more. # #Engineering #web-article #BiointerfacesInstitute #Technology #Science #MaterialsScience #Physics #Chemistry ​​​​​​​​​


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Heat Transfer Surprise Could Lead to Thermal Transistors

Mechanical Engineering researchers discuss the discovery of another way to break Planck's law at the nanoscale and the potential to use this discovery to optimize solar technology. September 5, 2018. #5-15mins...


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A Window into the Future of Solar Power

Michigan Engineering researchers are developing semi-transparent, reliable, and efficient organic solar cells for integration into buildings and similar structures. November 15, 2018. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Science #Technology #Energy #ElectricalEngineering #MaterialsScience #Physics


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Deconstructing Integrated High Energy Density Physics Experiments into Fundamental Models for Valida

The Michigan Institute for Plasma Science and Engineering will be presenting a lecture by Dr. John Kline on the development of more accurate physics models for high convergence inertial confinement fusion (ICF) implosions. #30-60mins #Engineering #Lecture #MichiganInstituteforPlasmaScienceandEngineering #Science #Physics #Plasma

 12-05-2018 | 03:30 PM - 04:30 PM ET


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In Awe of the Northern Lights

U-M Department of Physics presents a lecture by alumnus Jose Francisco Salgado as part of the "Saturday Morning Physics" series, looking at the formation and science of the northern lights awhile combining it with art. November 18, 2017. #60+mins #literature-science-arts #video #DepartmentofPhysics #Science #Physics #AstronomyandAstrophysics #SpaceScience #JoseFranciscoSalgado