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Titulos:
Physics Today. Physics Today.Physics Today.
Lugar de Edición:
NY :
Editor:
American Institute of Physics,
Fecha de Edición:
2003.
Edición #:
##^bStephen G. Benka.
Notas #:
Se mencionan algunos artículos y autores de los mismos, de esta publicación.-
Notas Formateada:
ARTICLES - Why Many Undergraduate Physics Programs Are Good but Few Are Great .- No single action, activity, or curricular reform will rescue a struggling physics department. Rather, it takes many elements, interacting over time, to make a department thrive. Robert C. Hilborn and Ruth H. Howes- pp. 38-44.- What Works for Women in Undergraduate Physics? .- The predominance of men in physics remains a puzzle. To attract talented women and minorities, the culture of college physics needs a makeover. Barbara L. Whitten, Suzanne R. Foster, and Margaret L. Duncombe- pp. 46-51.- Paradigms in Physics: Restructuring the Upper Level .- Eight years ago, Oregon State University's physics faculty reshaped their curriculum into one focusing on themes and concepts that cut across a variety of subjects. Students, faculty, and teaching assistants discuss the changes. Corinne A. Manogue and Kenneth S. Krane pp. 53-58.- PHYSICS UPDATE Physics Update James Riordan p. 9.- REFERENCE FRAME Accelerators and Dinosaurs Michael S. Turner pp. 10-11.- LETTERS More Than Texts Need Reform in Middle Schools Martha Schwartz, Kimball A. Milton, Richard Factor, Douglas L. Ratay, Norman R. Dotti, Borut Gogala, Jay M. Pasachoff, and John Hubisz pp. 12-16.- Counterterrorism Priorities and Policy - Ben Zuckerman, Henry E. Heatherly, Martin A. Ebert, Jay Davis, and Don Prosnitz pp. 16-17.- SEARCH AND DISCOVERY Four Experiments Give Evidence of an Exotic Baryon With Five Quarks .- It's been a long-standing puzzle that the quantum numbers of all the known mesons and baryons could be attributed to bound states of two or three quarks. But now the first exception has apparently been found. Bertram Schwarzschild pp. 19-22.- Composite Molecules Store Rewritable Digital Data Charles Day p. 21 Abstract Gamma-Ray Images Uncover Solar Flare Surprises A new space-based observatory is providing unprecedented views of solar activity. Charles Day pp. 22-24.- Abstract ISSUES AND EVENTS APS Study Points to Severe Limits on Boost-Phase Missile Defense .- A two-year study challenges many of the assumptions behind the Bush administration's $600 million boost-phase program. Jim Dawson pp. 26-27.- HERA Scientists Fight to Extend Strong Interaction Studies- When should a productive machine be turned off? Toni Feder pp. 27-29 .- Astronomers Lobby for New Lease on Hubble's Life.- Tight budgets, new rules for space shuttle missions since the Columbia disaster, and plans for the James Webb Space Telescope may stymie efforts to extend the life of the Hubble Space Telescope. Paul Guinnessy pp. 29-31.- Work Progresses on Next-Generation Space Telescope Paul Guinnessy p. 30 Abstract Virgo Gears Up to Wait for Gravitational Waves Toni Feder.- pp. 31-32 .- Atkinson Arrives as State Department Science Adviser- Jim Dawson pp. 32-33 .- Disbanding of NNSA Advisory Panel Raises Concerns- Jim Dawson pp. 33-34.- Bush Team Unveils 10-Year Climate Change.- Research Plan Jim Dawson p. 34.- Wadsworth Takes ORNL Helm- Toni Feder pp. 34-35 .- Scientists Plunge Into Policy - Audrey T. Leath pp. 35-36.- Web Watch Charles Day- p. 36 .-
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