Peter Higgs

By Joseph Parker Peter Higgs was born on May 29th, 1929 in NewCastle. He attended Kings College London, and graduated in 1950 with a degree in Physics. He continued his education by receiving a Master’s Degree, and a PHD, as well as continuing to learn throughout his long career. He has received many awards and nominations... Continue Reading →

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The Ig Nobel prizes

By Halie Flaharty The Ig Nobel prizes according to Improbable Research, are prizes that honor peoples achievements that, “ first make people LAUGH then make them THINK” (page 1). It allows people to become interested in science and medicine, and technology. There were 10 different categories this year. According to Improbable Research, here were the... Continue Reading →

Nobel Prize in Physics: Marie Curie

By Aurianna Chopin Mankind has accomplished many great things over the course of history and each accomplishment is expected to be honored by giving credit to those who contribute to these great things. There is a wide range of accomplishments to honor, but the Nobel Prize particularly honors accomplishments in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature, Peace,... Continue Reading →

Nobel Prize in Physics

By Elliott Srnick The life that is on this earth is already a mysterious creation itself. But as humans we can be great and crack codes we never thought were possible. There have been so many nobel prize winners already out there for having breakthrough experiments and even inventions. One is the laser, we think... Continue Reading →

New Horizons probe

By Conrad Spizewski   On January 19, 2006 the New Horizons probe was set to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force station in Florida aboard a quick moving rocket. The New Horizons mission is based on helping us better understand the edge of of solar system by traveling to the cold and mysterious dwarf planet... Continue Reading →

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