Monthly Archives: August 2015

Microstructures are everywhere!

The backstory behind this stunning, prize-winning image is as interesting as the image itslef, which is from a half-millimeter sized splatter of water on a silicon chip, almost at its edge.

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Richard J. Light: “How to Live Wisely”

Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Richard Light talks about an interesting seminar/discussion course in his NYTimes column. The short course (more like a module running into several sessions) is built around a set of exercises which make the students not … Continue reading

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