What Physicists Do - Archive

Datesort ascending About
February 2, 2009 Batalha Kepler’s Hunt for Habitable Planets
Dr. Natalie Batalha
San Jose State University and NASA Ames Research Center
December 1, 2008 McMahon Making Good Use of the Large Binocular Telescope
Thomas McMahon
University of Arizona
November 24, 2008 Kuhi the Large Binocular Telescope
Dr. Leonard Kuhi
University of Minnesota
November 17, 2008 Miller California Observatories as Leaders in the Development of Very Large Optical Telescopes
Dr. Joseph S. Miller
University of California, Santa Cruz
November 10, 2008 Quinn the Mystery of the Missing Antimatter
Dr. Helen Quinn
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
November 3, 2008 Dodson-Robinson Chemistry of Planet Formation
Dr. Sally Dodson-Robinson
California Institute of Technology
October 27, 2008 Cohen Einstein, Nanoscience, and Superconductivity
Dr. Marvin L. Cohen
University of California at Berkeley
October 20, 2008 Imler Advanced Solar Cells for Terrestrial Concentrating Photovoltaic Systems
Dr. Bill Imler
Squirrel Hill Associates
October 13, 2008 Barty Making and Using “nuclear” Photons With Lasers
Dr. Chris Barty
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
October 6, 2008 Salmeron the Simplest Chemistry There Is: Doing Reactions One Molecule at a Time
Dr. Miquel Salmeron
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
September 29, 2008 Rotenberg Studies of the Electronic Structure of Low Dimensional Novel Metals
Dr. Eli Rotenberg
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
September 22, 2008 Bernstein Fundamental and Applied Antineutrino Physics
Dr. Adam Bernstein
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
September 15, 2008 Stoker First Results From the Phoenix Lander Mission
Dr. Carol Stoker
NASA Ames Research Center
September 8, 2008 Muller Physics for Future Presidents
Dr. Richard Muller
University of California at Berkeley
May 5, 2008 Wechsler Lighting Up the Dark: Galaxies as Probes of the Dark Universe
Dr. Risa Wechsler
Stanford University
April 28, 2008 Shi Fabrication and Studies of Magnetic Nanostructures
Dr. Hongtao Shi
Sonoma State University
April 21, 2008 Aroyan a Physicist’s Playground: From Dolphins to Touchscreens
Dr. James Aroyan
JRJ Simulation & Design
April 14, 2008 Saraf Ligo: Lasers, Optics, and Interferometry in the Search for Gravitational Waves
Dr. Shailendhar Saraf
Sonoma State University
April 7, 2008 Fung the Warming Will Accelerate the Warming
Dr. Inez Fung
University of California at Berkeley
March 17, 2008 Slanger Studies of the Terrestrial Upper Atmosphere With Astronomical Instruments
Dr. Tom Slanger
SRI International