Can you tell the shape of a drum just by hearing it? Phil Kidd walks us through this historical physics problem, how it relates to modern quantum physics, and how it can help us get smaller phones and faster electronics.
Tag: Jeanne Garbarino
By Jeanne Garbarino, @JeanneGarb Last week Rockefeller’s Science Outreach Program piloted a new workshop series for science teachers in collaboration with the Harlem DNA Lab of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL). Led by Harlem DNA Lab manager Melissa Lee, a dedicated group of science […]
Why do some mosquitoes bite us? How do mosquitoes spread disease? What can we do to prevent getting “eaten alive?” Scientists Matt DeGennaro, Lindy McBride, and Emily Dennis from the Vosshall Lab of Neurogenetics and Behavior at Rockefeller discuss their latest research on Aedes aegypti — […]