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KIAHThe sudden and unexplained death of a physics professor has stunned Rice University and the field of physics. Adilet Imambekov was a 30-year-old physics professor and researcher at Rice. He died this week while mountain climbing. He apparently died in...
SAN DIEGO -- Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, died Monday at 61 after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer, according to the Sally Ride Science website. NASA selected Ride to join the astronaut program in 1978. She was selected...
FrameworkDr. Richard C. Tolman, left, and Prof. Albert Einstein standing in front of blackboard at California Institute of Technology. Dr. Tolman led a seminar at Cal Tech for over 50 scientists....
Edward E. Sommerfeldt, who founded the computer science program at Coppin State University where he taught for 39 years and served as a mentor to students and faculty, died May 14 of complications from brain cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. He was...
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A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has ruled that Glendale is improperly using a fiber-optics network owned by Charter Communications for free, and that the city created a “smoke screen” to misuse fees paid by the cable company for...
Caltech physics and computer science professor Alexei Kitaev is among the first group of scientists to win the Fundamental Physics Prize, which comes with a $3 million award. Kitaev has developed algorithms and theories in the field of quantum computing,...
"She has changed the way we think about pain." Hospice practitioners, physicians, compounding pharmacists, nurses and medical students all attest to the influence of Maureen Carling in their approach to pain management. An English-born nurse and hospice...
Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, a Johns Hopkins University physics professor who advised his visiting academic colleagues where they should eat in Baltimore, died of an apparent heart attack July 26 at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C.,...
FOX 17 ReporterThe United States bombed the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan, 67 years ago this month. The bombing ended World War II. The lives lost in early August 1945, prompts groups worldwide to remember the costs of nuclear action to this day. "There's a...
Johns Hopkins University professor Charles L. Bennett has won many awards for research he led or contributed to investigating the creation and expansion of the universe. But one he earned recently stands above the rest. Last month, Bennett and the team...
When Christina Kondos receives her bachelor's degree at Caltech's commencement Friday, she will represent a tiny and little-known minority at the prestigious science and engineering campus in Pasadena. Kondos is the only one in her graduating class of...
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To cheers and standing ovations from scientists, the world's biggest atom smasher claimed the discovery of a new subatomic particle Wednesday, calling it "consistent" with the long-sought Higgs boson -- popularly known as the "God particle" -- that...
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