Ppt on marie curie pictures

1 Designed by Jennifer Harvey Dana Elementary To be used for educational purposes only. 5 th Grade Science Ohio Achievement Test Review.

grams A. 170 grams B. 180 grams PeekPeek aceace 92 Scientific Inquiry Question Which of the following does the information in the picture support? C. Fire warms glass. D. Fire needs air. A. Candles cause fire. B. Corks put out fire. PeekPeek/water boils? 189 Which of the following statements expresses an opinion? C. Our universe may not last forever. A. Marie Curie discovered radiumA. Marie Curie discovered radium. 190 Why do scientists keep accurate records of their work? C. to meet requirements of the U./


Chapter 25 An Age of Modernity Anxiety, and Imperialism, 1894 - 1914.

Anxiety, and Imperialism, 1894 - 1914 Toward the Modern Consciousness: Developments in the Sciences  Science offers certainty  Thought science would give complete understanding of the world and accurate picture of reality  Marie Curie (1867-1934) and Pierre Curie (1859- 1906)  Radiation  Atoms  Max Planck (1858-1947) and quantum physics  Energy radiated discontinuously  Albert Einstein (1879-1955)  Theory of relativity  Four dimensional space-time continuum  Energy/


Chapter 24 An Age of Modernity Anxiety, and Imperialism, 1894 - 1914.

alliances  Fin de siecle ennui Toward the Modern Consciousness: Developments in the Sciences  Science offers certainty  Thought science would give complete understanding of the world and accurate picture of reality  Marie Curie (1867-1934) and Pierre Curie (1859-1906) and radium  Radiation  Subatomic particles  Max Planck (1858-1947) and quantum physics  Energy radiated discontinuously in “quanta”  Albert Einstein (1879-1955)  Theory of relativity  Four/


Interaction ionizing radiation with biological tissue. Basic dosimetry.

(1852-1908) –Noticed the fogging of photographic plate by uranium crystals Pierre Curie (1859-1906), Marie Curie (1867- 1934) –Further studies of uranium and discovery of polonium and radium. Marie received two Nobel prizes. She died from the effects of radiation doses received /body. To produce a CAT scan, computerized axial tomography, a computer controls an x-ray machine as it takes pictures of the body from different angles. CAT scan People who work with radiation use radiation detectors to tell when /


ATOMS Ancient Greece to Now. DEFINED Atom (n.)- A unit of matter, the smallest unit of an element, consisting of a dense, central, positively charged.

emits what he called "uranic rays". DISCOVERY OF NATURAL RADIATION Marie and Pierre Curie, together, began investigating the phenomenon of radioactivity recently discovered in uranium ore, pitchblende. In 1898, Marie Curie discovered after chemical extraction of uranium from the ore, the residual/for it which is called an orbit. A simple view of the atom looks similar and you may have pictured the electrons as orbiting around the nucleus. The truth is different, and electrons in fact inhabit regions of /


Writing Strategies 7 th Grade. Writing Strategies Strand/Cluster The following six California English Language Arts content standards are included in.

The student supports this idea by A suggesting painting techniques. B describing types of supplies to buy. C offering suggestions of pictures to paint. D explaining the steps of window painting. 7WS1.2 How should the following Works Cited be revised? ARemove /a book that helped prompt reforms in the use of chemical pesticides. 4 Humanity has benefited greatly from the work of Marie Curie and Rachel Carson. What if these women had not been encouraged to become scientists? I believe that we need to influence/


Radioactivity The Discovery By:Kaitlin Shorr and Tara Monaghan.

radiation with the source of the sun. ●He had, after his findings, discovered that uranium could produce a picture on the photographic plate without light, radioactivity. Becquerel Apparatus ●used an apparatus to show that the radiation he / the magnetic properties of materials ●constructed a torsion balance with a tolerance of 0.01 mg ●discovered Weiss-Curie’s Law ●discovered Curie temperature Marie Curie: Biography ●Born: As Maria Sklodowska in Warsaw, Poland on November 7, 1867 ●Died: July 4, 1934/


O n t h e T r a c k o f M o d e r n P h y s i c s The Uranium ore, pitchblende, is a very complex mineral, made of combinations of up to 30 different elements.

of these extraordinary elements" Well known picture - in every physics textbook is from her PhD thesis. Marie Curie Funding Opportunities Search Tool Host Fellowships/RTN Use this search tool to find: Vacancies and project information on Marie Curie Host Fellowship funded projects. Vacancies and project information on Marie Curie Research Training Networks. General Information on Marie Curie Actions can be found on the Marie Curie Web Site: http://europa.eu.int/


Spencer Institute of Theoretical and Computational Mechanics Introduction and Welcome Event Dr Hitendra Hirani BDE for the Spencer Institute.

Research Expertise Case Studies and Summaries of Current Research Projects Information Needed –Case Studies –Current Project Portfolio –Pictures and Diagrams Seminars and Events Official Launch Event September 2007 CFD Forum? DEM Forum? FEM Forum? / activities not implemented through calls for proposals Activity 5: "Specific Actions” 5.1 Marie Curie Action: "Researchers Night" (NIGHT) 5.2 Marie Curie Action: "Marie Curie Awards 2007" (AWARDS) 5.3 Trans-national collaboration among ERA-MORE members (ERA/


History of Atomic Theory Chapter 5 - Part 2. Objectives - 1 List the 4 parts of Dalton’s Atomic Theory ad explain its significance to the history of modern.

charge-to- mass ratio of the electron. Explain and draw a picture of the Plum Pudding Model. Objectives - 2 Explain and draw a picture of Millikan’s Oil Drop Experiment. Explain how the Oil Drop/ the discovery of radioactivity Marie & Pierre Curie Pierre, Pierre’s Assistant, and Marie Curie Pierre & Marie Curie The Curie Family: Pierre, Marie, Irene, and Grandfather Curie Marie & Pierre Curie French physicists intrigued with Becquerel’s work studied radioactivity Marie discovered POLONIUM Ernest Rutherford /


Periodic Table: A Review of history, uses, and descriptions of selected elements.

Wikipedia Ancient Roman Coin http://i00.i.aliimg.com/photo/v0/12009816/Lead_Zinc_Copper_Ore.jpg http://www.searchamateur.com/pictures/roman- coin-1.jpg Ancient Discoveries Lead Uses Uses: Plumbing Paint additive (lead poisoning) Not pencils/-American physicist Expertise experimental physics and radioactivity Manhattan Project 1942-1945 Nicknames: "First Lady of Physics", the "Chinese Marie Curie", and "Madame Wu" Nobel Prize for Physics in 1957 Cairo Thailand Chien-Shiung Wu http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/


Adrienne Rich 1929-Present By Megan, Kathryn, and Eleanor.

s place in the world. –Ex. “her wounds came from the same source as her power” It is ironic how the source of Marie Curie’s power is the same source that weakened her through illness. Employs the juxtapositioning of male and female –The male represents selfishness. –The/ in which Adrienne was a guest editor. www.yale.edu/opa/v31.n19/story4.html This picture can be found on slide 11. www.ohiou.edu/theohioreview/Rich.HTML This picture can be found on slide 6. www.logan.pvt.k12.co.us/Graphics/borders.html This /


End of Life Care- An Integrated approach to service delivery.

“inappropriate calls”. Overview of Centre 1 Coordination Centre Manager supported by 5 Palliative Care Coordinator Administrators Based at Marie Curie Hospice, Newcastle Hours of service: 8am - 6pm Monday-Friday 10am - 3pm Saturday-Sunday Bespoke telephony and IT/children, young people and adults Why develop this initiative? The challenges of planning future care The changing picture of clinical decisions from organisational policy-driven decisions to patient-centred shared decisions The need to embed /


1990 BSc Physics NKUA 1995 PhD Physics U Bham 1991-2 Scholarship SSF GR 1996-7 Military service 1998-2001 Post-doc NTUA (biophysics) 2001-6 Postdoc UCL.

memorable “catchy” acronym that describes as close as possible your project e.g. HYPERTAM = Hypericin+Tamoxifen Use at least a picture or a drawing to illustrate your proposal. “An image is worth 1000 words” and also breaks the reviewers boredom. The Marie Curie proposal was an eye opener for me: The strategy of writing an EU application. After this now we have submitted/


Atomic Structure Unit 2.

film 3. Further work by Curies Antoine-Henri Becquerel (1852 - 1908) Radioactivity Marie CurieOne of the pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of Marie Curie (1876 - 1934). She / constant motion around the nucleus, protons and neutrons jiggle within the nucleus, and quarks jiggle within the protons and neutrons. This picture is quite distorted. If we drew the atom to scale and made protons and neutrons a centimeter in diameter, then the electrons/


JYVÄSKYLÄN YLIOPISTO Horizon 2020 Elina Humala, Funding Advisor Research and Innovation Office, University of Jyväskylä.

Emerging Technologies (FET) provide researchers with excellent training and career development opportunities through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions15 (Marie Curie actions) ensure Europe has world-class research infrastructures (including einfrastructures) accessible to all researchers/ collaboration with different research teams and different kinds of organiations (whole innovation chain)) -> requires big picture and networks JYVÄSKYLÄN YLIOPISTO What to do now? Who took my money? –http://cordis/


Chapter 3 & 24 Nuclear Chemistry. Changes in the Nucleus Chemical Reactions – involve electrons & electron cloud in basic reactions Chemical Reactions.

than 83 are radioactive… those are??? Radioactivity Note p 99… Note p 99… Becquerel (1896) --- discovered the radioactivity of uranium…[note picture] Becquerel (1896) --- discovered the radioactivity of uranium…[note picture] Marie & Pierre Curie isolated two other radioactive elements, Radium & Polonium Marie & Pierre Curie isolated two other radioactive elements, Radium & Polonium Rutherford discovered 3 radioactive particles – Alpha, Beta & Gamma Rutherford discovered 3 radioactive particles – Alpha/


By:The Fifth Grade class of Laurie Johansen,teacher, and Rachel Greiffendorf,student teacher.

Brown Co., 1968. Michelangelo Buonarroti. Michelangelo Com. 2 Nov. 2001 http://cableboxx.com/buon/images/self-port.gif. Montgomery, Mary. Marie Curie: What Made Them Great. New Jersey: Silver Burdett P, 1990. NASA Facts. 2 Nov. 2001. NASA. 2 / Books, 1999. Walter Elias Walt Disney. Hospitality Industry Hall of Honor. 5 Nov. 2001 http://www.hrm.uh.edu/archives/pictures/waltdisney_large.jpg. Clowes, Peter. Military History. 7 Nov. 2001. Britannica.com. 8 Nov. 2001 http://www.thehistorynet.com/MilitaryHistory/


CHEMISTRY Safety in the Chemistry Laboratory and Creating the Science Notebook.

of modern frequency modulation (FM) radio (4) Famous Scientists’ Notebooks Montage montage “…a composite picture made by combining several separate pictures.” Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Montage. Retrieved from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/montage TASK/familiar. RULE OUTCOME FEATURE Bibliography American Institute of Physics. (n.d.). Marie curie and the science of radioactivity. Retrieved from http://www.aip.org/history/curie/resbr2.htm Cummings, C. (2012, March 30). Caltech releases complete /


Radioactivity 1896 Henri Becquerel was experimenting with a uranium compound to determine whether it gave off X-rays. 1896 Henri Becquerel was experimenting.

gas such as argon at reduced pressure. Makes a clicking noise each time the nucleus releases a particle or energy. Pictures of the tools used… Bubble chamber electroscope Cloud chamber Geiger counter Radioactivity uses Radioisotopes – can be used to find/, cell phones, x- rays, etc… Radiation Sickness NauseaNausea FatigueFatigue Loss of hairLoss of hair Cause of Marie Curie’s death!Cause of Marie Curie’s death! Radioactive comics. Sooo…that’s how Rudolph got his red nose. Chernobyl http://www.youtube.com/


A Good Death Research Presentation Produced for: Creating a Compassionate Community Thursday 18 th March 2010 A Good Death Research Presentation Produced.

Research Presentation Produced for: Creating a Compassionate Community Thursday 18 th March 2010 Background Methodology Local vs. National Picture Opinions on the Charter Communication and implementation Summary of key findings Agenda – Key Findings from the Survey / well received by all audiences for various reasons Opens conversation Ties in with Advanced Care Planning and Marie Curie Delivering Choice Becomes a Frame of Reference – manage public expectations and practitioner delivery Title has mixed /


Chapter 4 & 25 Nuclear Chemistry

1895- William Roentgen; discovered x-rays (form of high-energy electromagnetic radiation) rays caused photographic plates to darken He took “pictures” of his wife’s hand. rays caused photographic plates to darken In 1901 Röntgen was awarded the very first Nobel/ is an atomic property of matter. Nobel Prize in Physics 1903 – was shared; Curies and Becquerel for work in radioactivity Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911 – Marie Curie for her work with the elements Polonium and Radium. 3 Types of Radiation 1800’s/


4. PUTTING NUMBERS ON GEOLOGIC AGES. Niels Bohr’s first meeting with his postdoctoral advisor, Sir J. J. Thomson: “This is wrong.”

1906, at the age of 47, Pierre was run over by a carriage in the streets of Paris and killed. In 1911 Marie Curie was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for isolation of these rare elements, becoming the first person to receive two Nobel Prizes. To/ version of this, but the idea that a shifting magnetic field could move the beam in such a way as to make a picture goes back to the 1870s, (from Frederick Soddy’s book ‘Radio-Activity’ published in 1904) The uranium was undergoing ‘spontaneous disintegration/


IST4Balt Training Course on FP6 and IST Version 2.0, 30/05/20061 IST4Balt Training Course “The Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) of the European Community.

be a complex structure but in reality there are just a few key elements necessary to understand the overall picture. This lecture describes the main structure of FP6 in outline and its IST Priority and tells how and/2: Structuring the ERA Block 3: Strengthening the foundations of ERA Research and Innovation Human resources & mobility (Marie Curie Actions) Research Infrastructures Science and SocietyCoordination of research activities Development of research/innovati on policies Key Specific Programme "/


Welcome to our Workshop Welcome to our Workshop “Incorporating Multiculturalism into Math and Science”

a different way to write the numbers than we do. Their writing is called hieroglyphics. This type used different pictures to stand for different numbers. The list that follows is what these hieroglyphics look like. The term that we / of having bilingual language skills. Dr. Mae C. Jemison & Marie Curie 1. Have students research and write an essay discussing key points comparing and contrasting the lives of Dr. Jemison and Marie Curie emphasizing many similarities 2.Both women had a knowledge of at least/


Unit 5 Following Fashion Section A Listening and Speaking Section B Text Learning Section C Skill Development.

the secrets of the new designs until their collections are shown to the public. After the _________, pictures of the styles are published in newspapers and magazines all over the world. People from many countries travel/ being smart. George Bernard Shaw referred to Chanel as one of the two most important women in the world (the other being Marie Curie). UNIT FIVE Chinese version 4. 可可 · 夏奈尔将服装的实用性、装饰性及时代感融为一体。她才思敏捷、美 丽聪慧、精明能干。乔治 · 萧伯纳曾称赞她是世界上两位最有贡献的女性之一(另 一位是玛丽 · 居里夫人)。 Back UNIT FIVE Next >< Back Text A /


By Dr. Adriana Banu JMU Department of Physics and Astronomy January 28, Meet the Scientist: Saturday Morning Physics at JMU’12.

Becquerel discovered radioactivity A. H. BecquerelPierre Curie Marie Curie The Nobel Prize in Physics 1903 1898 – Marie Curie discovered two new radioactive elements: Polonium & Radium The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911 Uranium mineral Curies’ work on radioactivity… Marie Curie studied the “uranium rays” through their electrical effects using the quartz piezoelectroscope, an unusually sensitive electroscope invented by Pierre Curie himself (see picture below) Classical electroscope used to detect electrical/


CH 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

44 Radioactivity Becquerel, Marie and Pierre Curie: ~1896 Henri Becquerel - observed the natural emission of energy/rays by uranium. Marie and Pierre Curie studied “Becquerels rays”. The Curies’ findings suggested that matter was composed of smaller particles than atoms. The Curies coined the term /model of the atom was called the plum pudding model of the atom Electrons (tiny and negatively charged) were pictured to be dispersed in a ‘cloud’ of positive charge. Proposed by JJ Thomson and Lord Kelvin in 1904/


Chapter 25 Nuclear Chemistry Chemical Reactions- A rearrangement of atoms and molecules by breaking and forming bonds -involves electrons Nuclear Reactions-

that the crystal produced its own rays. HowStuffWorks Videos "100 Greatest Discoveries: Radioactivity" - Marie Curie (1867-1943) and Pierre Curie (1859-1906) Marie and Pierre Curie -They found that uranium gave off particles from the nucleus- (shown by a change / to rebuild sarcophagus (2005) and clean up area The aftermath of Chernobyl Chernobyl today. The middle of the picture shows concrete sarcophagus surrounding the fatal reactor number four. http://teachertube.com/viewVide o.php?video_id=218366&title=C/


Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Martine LUMBRERAS Emeritus professor of Physics at University of Lorraine,

her death. Branca Edmee MARQUES (1899-1986) Studied Chemistry at Lisbon university. Did her PhD under Marie Curies supervision in Paris. Started up Lisbon Laboratory of Radiochemistry, then Lisbon Department of Radiochemistry and Nuclear / » participation of members ● view exchanges with other european associations presenting same aims ● surveillance on texts and pictures diffus Examples of Several european countries 3 GERMANY Structures/measures for women scientists 29% women in public research actions/


S-108.4010 Licentiate Course Radiation Measurements T. Jankowski 10.05.2006.

Henri Becquerel (1852 – 1908) 1896 – The discovery of the radioactivity (Spontaneous emission of uranium) Marie Curie (Skłodowska – Curie) Pierre Curie (1867 - 1934) (1859 – 1906) 1898 – The discovery of two new elements: polonium and/ ● Radiation Damage - Lower yield, absorption contras (blue) - Oxygen worsens the situation - Slow annealing (~1 month) Pictures from: Oak Ridge Associated Universities http://www.orau.org/ptp/collection/radiac/IM160PDR56.htm Photomultiplier Charge amplifier (output 10 7 /


For the Boy Scouts of America by The Pennsylvania State University, American Nuclear Society Student Section Spring 2005 Nuclear Science Merit Badge Workshop.

of the rate at which radioactive material throws off particles or radiation. It is named in honor of the French chemists, Marie and Pierre Curie. One curie is equal to the activity in one gram of radium. Becquerel (Bq) The SI (metric) unit of radioactivity in a/a vacuum tube when high- speed electrons hit a metal target. When these rays pass through an object, they give a shadow picture of the denser portions. They must be used carefully because of their ability to ionize atoms in the body. We Covered: /


Nuclear Chemistry Brief history of nuclear related discoveries –Electron, proton, neutron Nuclear transformations –Natural radioactivity –Half Life, carbon.

Henri Becquerel noticed a uranium-containing mineral exposed a photographic plate that had been wrapped in paper. Marie and Pierre Curie investigated this new phenomenon, which they termed radioactivity: The spontaneous emission of radiation from a nucleus. Ernest/measured Scintillation, emission of light Observed by Crooks in 1895, using luminescence of ZnS, which became basis of “picture tubes” in television. Radiation generating a single photon of light can be amplified10 8 by “photomultiplier” tube. /


Giorgio Clarotti Medi/FP7 - 6/10 © Gi LUnione Europea nelletà dellEuro June 2010 - 1 LUnione Europea nelletà dellEuro PROGRAMMI E STRUMENTI FINANZIARI.

August - 1 September 2005) Mbeya Medical Research Centre, Tanzania Manhiça Health Research Centre, Mozambique (picture) European-Developing Countries Clinical Trials Programme (EDCTP) for Poverty-Related Diseases For Programme Managers Giorgio Clarotti / Europea nelletà dellEuro June 2010 - 42 More on Marie Curie Actions * Open to third-country nationals People – Marie Curie Actions uInitial training of researchers –Marie Curie Networks* uLife-long training and career development –Individual Fellowships/


European Research Funding Opportunities

Intra- European Fellowships (IEF) International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF) Career Integration Grants (CIG) Marie Curie – Individual Actions Intra-European Fellowships (IEF) International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF) Aimed at ‘//intelligence from those concentrating on their own fields of activity ie to look at the ‘bigger picture’ Need to make better and more effective use of our membership of Brussels-based organisations ie:/


Industrialization & Imperialism Industrialization began in Europe (England) changing the production of products from hand-made to machine made. As industrialization.

elements. Marie and Pierre Curie found that a mineral called pitchblende released a powerful form of energy. Marie and Pierre Curie found that a mineral called pitchblende released a powerful form of energy. In 1898, Marie Curie gave In 1898, Marie Curie gave Energy/. Movies & Theaters Thomas Edison experimented with motion pictures. The first ones had no plot; lasted about a minute; and simply showed a man sneezing. Thomas Edison experimented with motion pictures. The first ones had no plot; lasted about/


Structure of Atoms Scientist began to wonder what an atom was like. Was it solid throughout with no internal structure or was it made up of smaller, subatomic.

photographic film 3. Further work by Curies Antoine-Henri Becquerel (1852 - 1908) Radioactivity Marie CurieOne of the pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of Marie Curie (1876 - 1934). She discovered /-green fluorescence shadow Crooke’s Tube + - vacuum tube metal disks voltage source magnet William Crookes Television Picture Tube Fluorescent screen Shadow mask Glass window Blue beam Green beam Red beam Electron gun Electron beam Deflecting electromagnets/


UNIVERSITY OF JYVÄSKYLÄ Drafting a Competitive Proposal for MSCA ITN 2016 call for proposals 11.11.2015 Research and Innovation Services Funding Advisors.

of the project –Delivering messages and establishing dialogue with a range of project stakeholders and public during the project –Marie Curie embassador, visits to local schools, writing to newspapers, open days activities for public, etc., –Explain also the / paid for the partners (for example travels to give training or travel costs to meetings). Sketch the big picture –What are the processes for dealing with scientific misconduct ? Recruitment strategy –Describe admission (application, examination and /


Www.sti-innsbruck.at 1 © Copyright 2010 Dieter Fensel and Tobias Buerger Semantic Web Web of Data.

of the Web Hypertext Hypermedia Web Web of Data Semantic Web Picture from [3] ? Picture from [4] “As We May Think”, 1945 Semantic Annotations / How to use RDFa in XHTML @rev: a whitespace separated list of CURIEs, used for expressing reverse relationships between two resources (also predicates); All content/mashups –Sites that mash up (thus combine Linked data) –Revyu.com (KMI, UK), DBtune Slashfacet (Queen Mary, UK), DBPedia Mobile (FU Berlin, DE), Semantic Web Pipes (DERI, Ireland) Search engines –To search/


Women In Science A PowerPoint Presentation about the impact certain women have made on the history of science… Roots of Science, Final Presentation.

who have influenced new scientific techniques. 1.) Agnodice (Around 300 BC)—Earliest woman nurse 2.) Florence Nightingale (1840’s)—Pioneer for women nursing 3.) Marie Curie (1900’s)– Highly respected scientist 4.) Jane Goodall (1960’s)—Environmental scientist Agnodice….300 bc Early Life -Midwifery and early gynecology: including fertility, /. 28 Feb. 2009. 2 March 2009. Women In Science. 2008. University of Virginia Health System. 28 Feb 2009 . All pictures courtesy of Google images, and Wikipedia.


Chapter 4: Discovering the Secrets of the Nucleus From a Photographic Mystery to the Atomic Bomb © 2003 John Wiley and Sons Publishers Courtesy Fermilab/Peter.

© 2003 John Wiley and Sons Publishers Antoine Henri Becquierel. © 2003 John Wiley and Sons Publishers Courtesy Culver Pictures, Inc. Marie Sklodowska Curie with her daughter, Irene. © 2003 John Wiley and Sons Publishers Courtesy The Center for the History of / he reach when he made this observation? What result caused him to turn the entire project over to Marie Sklodowska Curie for further investigation? QUESTION © 2003 John Wiley and Sons Publishers Which component of radioactivity would be stopped by/


CH. 26- An Age of Democracy and Progress: 1815-1914.

a powerful form of energy. In 1898, Marie Curie gave this energy the name radioactivity. In 1903, the Curies shared the Noble Prize for physics for their work on radioactivity. In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize for chemistry for the /S., musical variety shows were called vaudeville. Vaudeville acts traveled from town to town, appearing at theaters. The earliest motion pictures were black and white and lasted less than a minute. By the early 1900s, filmmakers were producing the first feature films./


The Industrial Revolution happened because of the inventions such as the spinning jenny and the steam engine. By the late 1800s, advances in both industry.

more than 1,000 inventions  Inventions: Research laboratory is probably his most important invention. Phonograph Lightbulb Kinetoscope (for motion pictures) Alexander Graham Bell  Was a teacher of deaf students.  He invented the telephone in his spare time. /is called the Periodic Table of Elements. Marie and Pierre Curie This husband and wife team discovered radium and polonium. These elements released energy which Marie Curie named “radioactivity.” The Curies shared the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1903/


II. FAMOUS SCIENTISTS. A. SCIENTIST  What makes a person a scientist?  “A scientist in a broad sense is one engaging in a systematic activity to acquire.

French physicist  Studied radioactivity, magnetism, and crystallography  Ex: Curie Point – point at which iron substances lose their magnetic characteristics 1. MARIE AND PIERRE CURIE Pierre Curie 1859 -1906 Marie Curie 1867 - 1934 Polish chemist & physicist Studied radioactivity, radium, polonium /tream/  German physicist  Researched the light “x-ray”  Produced the first x-ray photographs (picture that could penetrate the human flesh) 2. WILHELM ROENTGEN 1845- 1923 http://www.flickr.com/photos/pmadden/


Powerpoint Templates 1 High Resolution Separator Mathieu Augustin (EN-RBS-STI) HIE-ISOLDE Workshop September 2014.

High Resolution Separator 3D view of the new HRS magnet (H-type), featuring the pole face windings technology (picture credit to M. Breitenfeldt) Powerpoint Templates 16 The High Resolution Separator  Poleface windings allow the adjustment of the/ Powerpoint Templates 22 Acknowledgements My supervisor Tim Giles All the Marie Curie Fellows, and CERN staff The Marie Curie Actions The research project has been supported by a Marie Curie Initial Training Network Fellowship of the European Community’s Seventh /


Conference Presentations

their careers Heinrich Hertz, J. Robert Oppenheimer Chien-Shiung Wu Rise above those obstacles to make successful presentations Marie Curie Michael Faraday on presenting “[Lectures] depend entirely for their value on the manner in which they are given/ confidence in conference presentations Expect to be nervous Prepare Practice Breathe Rehearse Focus on your audience Simplify Picture success Connect with your audience Pretend to be confident Advantages and disadvantages of different sources for speech /


Radiation & Radioactivity

electron slows down after swinging around the nucleus of a tungsten atom and loses energy by radiating x-rays. In the quantum picture, a lot of photons of different wavelengths are produced, but none of the photons has more energy than the electron had /given period of time. The two most common units of activity are the Curie and the Becquerel. The Curie is named after Pierre Curie for his and his wife Maries discovery of radium. One Curie is equal to 3.7x1010 disintegrations per second. A newer unit of /


Development of the Atom The Greeks History of the Atom Not the history of atom, but the idea of the atom In 400 B.C the Greeks tried to understand matter.

1896 Henri Becquerel - discovered "uranic rays" and radioactivity 1896 Marie (Marya Sklodowska) and Pierre Curie - discovered that radiation is a property of the atom, and not due to chemical reaction. (Marie named this property radioactivity.) 1897 Joseph J. Thomson - / a cathode ray tube. It is a vacuum tube - all the air has been pumped out. Television Picture Tube Fluorescent screen Shadow mask Glass window Blue beam Green beam Red beam Electron gun Electron beam Deflecting electromagnets Fluorescent/


History of Spiritualism v. 4.2 Introduction. “Bring up the ghost of Samuel,” he (King Saul) answered. 12 When the woman saw Samuel, she screamed. Then.

of people saying to him, "As John the Baptist foreran the first coming of Christ, you will forerun His second Coming." This picture is displayed today at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. 1933 William Branham USA had been hearing voices since he was / laws: Gravity F = GMm/R2 Force F = ma Relativity E = mc²+½mv² THE SUM O ENERGY IS CONSTANT Galileo - 1610 Genius Physics Marie Curie - 1903 There are absolute physical laws: Gravity F = GMm/R2 Force F = ma Relativity E = mc²+½mv² THE SUM O ENERGY IS /


History of Spiritualism v. 4.2 Introduction. Short Vocabulary: CSG = Cheon Seong Gyeong, Holy Textbook CIG = Cheon Il Guk, Two persons become one, KoH.

of people saying to him, "As John the Baptist foreran the first coming of Christ, you will forerun His second Coming." This picture is displayed today at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. 1933 William Branham USA had been hearing voices since he was / laws: Gravity F = GMm/R2 Force F = ma Relativity E = mc²+½mv² THE SUM O ENERGY IS CONSTANT Galileo - 1610 Genius Physics Marie Curie - 1903 There are absolute physical laws: Gravity F = GMm/R2 Force F = ma Relativity E = mc²+½mv² THE SUM O ENERGY IS /


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