Einstein was a true genius and it’s the example that we all aspire to be as a scientist. But already as a child he had a very original way of thinking. So from the very beginning, for Einstein, his imagination was crucial. View the...
Perhaps the most fundamental philosophical question that you can ask in science is: "Why are we here?" To understand the universe, we have to bring together the two key ideas that are governing modern physics. On the one hand, we have Einstein’s theory of...
Sharon Gerstel , Member (2010-11) in the School of Historical Studies, has been awarded the Maria Theocharis Prize by the Christian Archaeological Society in Greece.
The project is called SESAME — as in “Open, Sesame!” — and it is an acronym for Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East. The machine functions a bit like an X-ray. About 50 of these “light sources” exist around the world,...