Yesterday I went to the press conference on atmospheric events called sprites, jets, and crawlers.
Today was a pretty interesting day at the conference. I learned plenty about earthquakes, earthquake prediction, and more.
Hello out there! I'm still blogging away at this meeting of the American Geophysical Union
I spent much of Wednesday writing and editing a story for Inside Science News Service about the r
Guido Tonelli, spokesperson of another experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, known as CMS, gave the other main presentation. His team reported a most likely mass for the Higgs at between 115-127 GeV/c^2
Physicists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, in Geneva, Switzerland, are providing an update right now on the search for the Higgs boson
To provide another intriguing dose of holiday physics in addition to today's Slinky story, I wanted to share this video from the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT).
I wasn't able to include all the fun stuff that I learned in my article on Slinky physics, so I thought I would share some "outtakes" that I also thought were interesting.
We've covered a wide variety of topics for Inside Science News Service over the last year. Click the jump to view the list.
Major League Baseball's draft began last night. Drafting is not always a matter of taking the best player available, which is where strategy comes in. This year, add mystery as well.