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Future Faces of Physics Physpardy! Double Physpardy!
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In 1886, these two used an interferometer to rid the world of the notion that the universe is permeated by ether. Famous Pairs - 200
In 1903, this husband and wife shared a Nobel Prize for their joint research onthe radiation phenomena." Famous Pairs - 400
In 1922, these two men showed that electron spin is quantized in a famous experiment performed in Frankfurt, Germany. Famous Pairs - 600
Paired with T. D. Lee, or yin, this scientist received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1957 for parity violation. Famous Pairs - 800
In 1963, she won the Nobel Prize in physics with J. Hans Jensen for the nuclear shell model. Famous Pairs
This effect may add to the drama of an explosion in space, as in the Star Wars movies, but it doesnt sit well with physicists. Pop Culture - 200
In 2006, particle physicist Michael Binger placed third in this world-class event, which draws Texas Hold- Em players from all over. Pop Culture - 400
Physicist Tim Gay studies polarized electrons and was the academic advisor on this VH1 reality TV show starring the drummer from Motley Crue. Pop Culture - 600
The tagline of this Physics of book by condensed matter physicist Diandra Leslie-Pelecky is: How to Make Steel + Gas + Rubber = Speed. Pop Culture - 800
In this 1994 romantic comedy, an auto mechanic chasing Einsteins intelligent niece pretends to have invented a fusion-powered spacecraft. Pop Culture
Also known as a condenser, this device stores charge. Electronics - 200
This device passes current in only 1 direction. Electronics - 400
This device is used to change the voltage in AC Circuits. Electronics - 600
Electrons flow opposite the current in a circuit, due to his unlucky choice for charge signs. Electronics - 800
Electronics The percentage uncertainty indicated in this 1K Ohm resistor, with brown, black, red, and gold bands.
Increasing diversity in science is a priority of this agency, commonly known as NSF, which funds fundamental science and engineering. On the Hill - 200
Bart Gordon, chair of the House Committee on Science and Technology, represents this state. On the Hill - 400
Often called RAGS, this 2006 report warns that the U.S. may be falling behind other countries in science competitiveness. On the Hill - 600
Before becoming science advisor to the President, Physicist Jack Marburger was director of this Long Island-based national lab, which specializes in nuclear physics. On the Hill - 800
There are currently two* congressmen with PhDs in physics. Name one. *Three, as of March 8, On the Hill
This core part of an atom is also the name of the physics student section of the National Science Digital Library. Partners - 200
SPS is housed together with this organization, which is the physics honor society. Partners - 400
SPS operates within this institute, an umbrella organization for SPS, the physics honor society, and ten other professional science societies. Partners - 600
Recent graduates who participate in this program commit to teach for two years in rural or urban schools in need. Partners - 800
This organization addresses the retention and success of people in STEM fields through online mentoring. Partners
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