Category: Physical science

Physical Sciences Grade 12 students learn from MIT students

The year started a week earlier for 60 grade 12 physical science students who participated in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) / Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (Isasa) / St John’s College Science Enrichment Program. Learners from independent schools in South Africa, Swaziland and Namibia completed the program led by six MIT students. […]

Top 50 Universities in the World for Degrees in Physical Sciences, 2019

MOVE to Caltech and UC Berkeley – Princeton University named best university in the world for degrees in the physical sciences, 2019, it is according to CEOWORLD magazine. The ranking compares the best physical science programs in the world. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ranked number 2 on the list, followed by Stanford University […]

FastTrack paves the way for physical science and engineering startups

A program launched this summer by the Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is expected to give Cornell technology-based companies in engineering and physical sciences a smoother path from the lab to the market. The FastTrack Starter Licensing Program takes an innovative approach to assist Cornell Affiliate entrepreneurs by providing a fast and transparent licensing process, […]

CSU and Chico to inaugurate new physical science building in fall 2018

President Gayle E. Hutchinson proudly unveiled the first images of California State University’s replacement physical science building, Chico this week, with a first shovelful of dirt slated for fall 2018. The opening is slated for the Fall 2020, the new building will support the highest quality science education, with state-of-the-art teaching facilities and equipment. This […]

Deputy director of NMSU physical science laboratory receives top NASA award

A staff member from New Mexico State University has been recognized for exemplary work over the past two decades in support of NASA’s High Altitude Balloon Program. Henry Cathey, now Acting Deputy Director of the Physical Sciences Laboratory at NMSU, received an Outstanding Civil Service Medal from NASA. “Henry has received an honor he truly […]

The launch of AIP Advances represents a major new innovation in physical science publishing

MELVILLE, NY, November 23, 2010 / PRNewswire-USNewswire / – AIP Publishing, a division of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), today announced the launch of AIP Advances (, an accelerated community-style open access journal focused on applied research in the physical sciences. (Logo: AIP Advances offers researchers a new way to quickly and efficiently […]

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