Driving on Sunshine: An Analysis of Solar Roads

Since posting about the possibility of powering Canadian metropolitans with solar energy, we received lots of positive feedback as well as one resounding question, what’s the deal with these solar roads? We see it on the news, with tech giants introducing solar pathways and roadways onto their campuses. But are they feasible to power an [...] Read More The post Driving on Sunshine: An Analysis of Solar Roads appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.

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I got nominated for Canada’s Favourite Science Blog! (So, please vote for me).

I got nominated! This is pretty amazing!For starters, I don't blog that often, I don't have thousands of followers on Twitter and I am not a long-established prof with a legacy of high-impact papers that people 'should' listen to. Relatively speaking, I'm just a regular ECR (early career researcher) trying to do some cool stuff, keep my head above water and throw a life-ring to others along the way. I have no idea who nominated…

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Visuals in Mathematics

There’s no doubt that writing is a useful tool. If anything, I’m biased towards writing. I write every day, so I know what it means to use words to craft an explanation. If you can use the right words in the right arrangement, almost everything becomes clear. That being said, there’s still a difference between writing and communicating. As much as I love writing about physics and mathematics, I realize that using this medium to…

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