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Future Faces of Physics Physpardy! Physpardy!
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The percentage of bachelor’s degrees earned by women in this ancient science is nearly double that of physics. Know your Stats - 100
Together these two minority groups make up over 25% of the U.S. population – but they earn only 9% of physics bachelor’s degrees. Know your Stats - 200
Of 10, 30, and 50 about this percent of employed physics bachelor’s go right into high school teaching after graduation. Know your Stats - 300
Of 10, 30, and 50 about this percentage of physics bachelor’s degree recipients become physics professors. Know your Stats - 400
Of A, B, C the line representing the percent of women in physics. Know your Stats - 500 C A B
Found in “Rainbow Glasses,” this splits white light into its various colors by interference effects. Light up my Life - 100
Light travels through optical fibers without leaking because of this. Light up my Life - 200
Einstein’s analysis of this experiment is considered by many to be conclusive evidence of photons. Light up my Life - 300
Ironically, this is the name given to the type of radiation spectrum given off by the sun or an incandescent light bulb. Light up my Life - 400
First detected by Vera Rubin, this mysterious substance warps light paths to produce multiple images, as seen in recent Hubble photographs. Light up my Life - 500
This physicist calculated that black holes should emit radiation until they evaporate. He is almost completely paralyzed from ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Past Faces - 100
The Nobel Prizes in Chemistry has been given to 3 women. This woman and her daughter each received one for work on radioactivity. Past Faces - 200
In 1965, this American physicist received the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on quantum electrodynamics. Past Faces - 300
In the late 1930s, she and her colleagues discovered nuclear fission. She published the physical explanation of it with her nephew, Otto Robert Frisch. Past Faces - 400
This iconic physicist was engaged in many civil rights activities and co- chaired the American Crusade to End Lynching. Past Faces - 500
Even though it’s not nearest the sun, this planet has the highest mean surface temperature. Extreme Planets - 100
This former planet has a moon with nearly half its diameter. Extreme Planets - 200
This planet has the largest angular momentum about our sun. Extreme Planets - 300
Of the 8 official planets, it could almost be considered a double planet, with the largest moon relative to its size. Extreme Planets - 400
Galileo described this lowest density planet as having "ears". Extreme Planets - 500
The helical toy that “walks” down stairs and is used to demonstrate transverse and longitudinal waves. In the Lab - 100
The "machine" often used to measure "g" made from a pulley, string, and masses. In the Lab - 200
This "scope" uses electron beams incident on a phosphor screen, like old- style boxy televisions. In the Lab - 300
The classic “firearms” experiment where a ball is fired into a swing-like apparatus and conservation laws are used to get its initial speed. In the Lab - 400
While the original data analysis is now considered "slippery", this lab staple is often used to show that charge is quantized. In the Lab - 500
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