It’s time for my semi-regular curated list of things I felt compelled to respond to:People are still trying to work out how to use Prezi.What started as a heartwarming story about a girl’s science fair project just keeps getting more complicated.
The 12th International Conference on Salt Lake Research was successfully held on July 14–18, 2014 in China. The conference was jointly organized by the International Society for Salt Lake Research (ISSLR) and Research and Development Center for Saline Lake and … Continue reading →
By Nola Wilkinson Ever wondered what there is between the stars? Dr Naomi McClure-Griffiths not only wonders about it, she’s on a mission to find out. Naomi is fascinated with the life of stars, the behaviour of interstellar gas, and how gas and stars interact. “As an astronomer, I’d like to understand how the […]
Image Credit: Learn Blog Tips There are now over 300 blogs on the list, although I am weeding out those which are no longer active or have removed public access to sitemeters. (Let me know if I weed out yours by mistake, … Continue reading →
OK, so that was quite the title. I haven't done one of these in a while, but classes are about to start again and i figured I may as well get started deriving things again. Plus, I had to do it for the can crusher magnet simulation code for the experiment. Here's what's really going on. I have a Sage function that will give me the magnetic field in the z direction produced by a coil of wire that sits at z = 0 and a has a radius of 'rcoil'. I'd like to know