“We’re working with professionals here, not some young grad students!” “But what about the grad students like me who are trying to learn from our paper?” “I’m sure they will figure it out.”
Watch a pretty video explaining a concept, and you will come out thinking you know everything. Sit down and try to work through a problem, however, and you will quickly realize you learned almost nothing. Learning requires a lot of slow movement, with a lot of friction.
La petite et la grande histoire des neurosciences Blogue Le cerveau à tous les niveaux lun 12/11/2018 - 16:40 19030 Biologie Blogue Le cerveau à tous les niveaux
Non, on n’a pas trouvé d’extraterrestres (prise V) Blogue Yvan Dutil dim 11/11/2018 - 19:32 19028 Astronomie/espace
If you ask someone what the point of a mathematics or science degree is, chances are they will tell you a tale about becoming a great problem-solver and seeing the world through new eyes. This has become a sort of battle cry for many who want to encourage people to learn about science and mathematics. The problem-solving skills you develop during these degrees allows you to be valuable in a wide range of careers later…
I’m firmly convinced that physicists and mathematicians are some of the best marketers for their equations.
Artash, Speaker, International Science Centre and Science Museum Day, Ontario Science Centre 10 November is the International Science Centre and Science Museum Day designated by UNESCO and the theme this year is Science is a Human Right. To celebrate this Day, the Ontario Science Centre had organized an event and invited Artash to be one of the speakers (see the list of Speakers towards the end of this article). Artash wanted to share his passion…
La fosse des Mariannes, les entrailles de la Terre Blogue Mathieu Rancourt sam 10/11/2018 - 14:38 19027 Environnement
On 7 November 2018, Artash and Arushi gave a performance of their “Musical of our Universe” at the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (Toronto) Astronomy Night at the Ontario Science Centre. Building upon their award-winning project – Deep Space Musical at the NASA SpaceApps Toronto, they strung together three parts musical by transforming some of the iconic images of the Hubble Telescope into sound. The beats of the musical corresponded to the deep space object…
La véritable histoire d'Hypatie Blogue Arithm'Antique jeu 08/11/2018 - 11:12 19021 Physique et maths