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Stephen Hawking’s voice is being sent to a black hole light-years from Earth

Stephen Hawking’s voice is speeding through space.  The famed cosmologist, who passed away in March at the age of 76, always dreamed of flying to space, and now, his voice is is on a journey through the cosmos. Greek composer Vangelis, best known for composing the theme for the film Chariots of Fire, created an...CONTINUE READING

Biophysicist who brought MRI into video age awarded European Inventor Award

Invented by biophysicist Jens Frahm from the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, the FLASH and FLASH2 MRI imaging techniques are changing medical and diagnostic practices.  Frahm was awarded the 2018 European Inventor Award for Research for accelerating MRI imaging and bringing it into the age of video. Read more…More about Video, Physics, Medicine, Mri,...CONTINUE READING

Time travelers have been invited to Stephen Hawking’s memorial service

A thousand people have been invited to attend a June memorial service for theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, whose ashes will forever be interred next to Sir Isaac Newton’s in the halls of the 11th century Westminster Abbey church. And travelers from the future, it seems, are permitted to attend. Anyone over 12 can sign up...CONTINUE READING

‘I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die’: Some of Stephen Hawking’s most inspirational quotes

British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has passed away at the age of 76. The legacy he left will always be remembered. In this video, we’ve compiled some of his most famous and inspirational quotes. Read more…More about Space, Mashable Video, Inspiring, Physics, and Quotes html template by responsive html template mobile

Stephen Hawking hosted a party for time travelers, but no one came

In 2009, Stephen Hawking ran an experiment that required champagne, balloons, and hors d’oeuvres, to demonstrate that backward time travel probably isn’t possible. It was a time travelers’ party — but no one showed. And that was the point. “I have experimental evidence that time travel is not possible,” Hawking told reporters at the Seattle...CONTINUE READING

Stephen Hawking, beloved author of ‘A Brief History of Time,’ dies at 76

Stephen Hawking, the most famous theoretical physicist since Albert Einstein, died on Tuesday at the age of 76. The beloved scientist was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a motor-neuron disease, when he was only 21 years old. Despite the condition, he earned the respect of his peers with his research on black holes, and...CONTINUE READING

These sculptures combine interactive art and quantum science

Julian Voss-Andreae’s work takes the human body and twists it through the lens of quantum physics.  With a direct focus on the wave-particle duality, his sculptures offer fluid perspectives where the lines between object and observer become blurred. Read more…More about Science, Art, Mashable Video, Physics, and Sculpture html template by responsive html template mobile

Take a refresher course in physics because you definitely weren’t paying attention in high school

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable’s commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. When you were a kid, being forced to learn things was the worst. You coasted through school doing the least amount of work possible and filled...CONTINUE READING

Lego is helping physics students stay in school, ‘cos it’s the best

Lego is great for kids, but it turns out it could do wonders for adult students too. Teachers at Flinders University in Australia are using Lego cars to help introductory physics students understand concepts like measurement error and variability, as well as improving their lab reporting skills and confidence.  SEE ALSO: This artist is breathing...CONTINUE READING
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