Sterling students take on physics challenge, try to stay dry SaukValley.com Sterling High School seniors Tyler Austin (left) and Jacob Oelrichs paddle furiously to cross the pool Tuesday morning at the Duis Center in Sterling.
I love brain teasers, especially when they’re based on real-world things we see every day but maybe don’t really think about. I first heard of this one not too long ago: Why do mirrors reverse left and right, but not up and down?
The Physics Teacher Education Coalition has honored MSU by including the university as an initial inductee into its "5+ Club," an elite group of institutions that has graduated five or more physics teachers in a given year.
Researchers at MIT have demonstrated that Crisp packets can be used to eavesdrop on your conversations. The team has developed an algorithm which analyses the tiny vibrations of everyday objects using a high speed camera.
Now you can combine your love of Halloween and spooky action at a distance. Over at Symmetry Magazine, Lauren Biron offers some excellent suggestions for dressing as your favorite concepts from physics.
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