"Zombie DNA: Why Do Vistigial Organs and Genes Persist"
The Origins Science Scholars Series continues with a talk by Patricia Princehouse, director of the Program in Evolutionary Biology and outreach director of the Institute for the Science of Origins.
Princehouse will present “Zombie DNA: Why Do Vestigial Organs and Genes Persist”...
As part of the 2018 Homecoming Festivities, CWRU’s College of Arts and Sciences presented a public talk (available on youtube) and book signing with CWRU alumnus and astrophysicist, Dr. Brian Keating (Class of 1993), who also delivered the Department of Physics weekly colloquium.
The 2018 Michelson Postdoctoral Prize was awarded to Tim Linden for his work bridging Astrophysics and Particle Physics. Dr Linden is currently a Center for Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics fellow at the Ohio State University; he received his PhD from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He will...
Article | OPEN | Published: 21 September 2018
Random lasers are resonator-less light sources where feedback stems from recurrent scattering at the expense of spatial profile and directionality. Suitably-doped nematic liquid crystals can random lase when optically pumped near resonance(s); moreover, through molecular...
Meet undergraduate, Chris Carr. Chris is a rising senior studying physics and astronomy. See what he spotted on images from the university's Burrell Schmidt telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory in southwest Arizona.
Read more: http://thedaily.case.edu/5questions-chris-carr/