Matthew Dea

Science: Latest Scientific Discoveries

Tag: Research

Welcome to Scientist.com

I am fond of saying we’re an overnight success 10 years in the making. We’ve truly become a global company, we have our offices in San Francisco, in San Diego, we have offices up and down the East Coast in Boston, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, we’ve expanded to England Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and […]

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Can You Become a Data Scientist?

Can You Become a Data Scientist?

Every decade has its hottest job opportunities. During the 1980s and early 1990s people were in a rush to apply for investment banking jobs. Then, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, it became clear that the Internet will soon change the world and a lot of tech savvy graduates started specializing in software and […]

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The Dome of The Earth Captured on Video by Scientists ? Flat Earth Discussion

The Dome of The Earth Captured on Video by Scientists ? Flat Earth Discussion

it’s time that I finally answer some questions that you guys have been asking about the firmament and why on earth I would believe it exists what proofs we have that it’s there other than the Bible and us being bible thumpers crazy religious people and you’re asking some really good questions and you’re about […]

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“Our relative the fly” – Meet Our Scientists: Marco Milán

“Our relative the fly” – Meet Our Scientists: Marco Milán

To study how cells communicate with each other perhaps the best model organism nowadays is the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, because in this model organism you can manipulate every gene and to understand how the cells use these genes to communicate with each other and give rise always to the same final structure in the […]

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Research in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Research in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

My name is Professor Varinder Aggarwal, I’m Professor of Organic Chemistry, and I teach organic chemistry at the undergraduate level. I run a team of postgraduates and postdoctoral workers in synthetic organic chemistry. So every day, I will come into the lab and speak with my team and see how things are going, see what […]

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PGR Mathematics at Bristol

PGR Mathematics at Bristol

The women non-binary event, tailored specifically for final year undergraduates or master students looking to do a PhD or considering it, when they arrive, it’s all about a question session where they sit in small groups and just talk about questions that they’ve had. A lot of people have the same questions. I don’t really […]

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Introducing Nature Reviews Physics

There are many difficult questions in physics. There are the sorts of questions to which we don’t yet have a good answer yet like what is dark matter, and what lies beyond the standard model? And there are those questions that we already have answers to but they’re hard to find, lost in the sea […]

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Transforming Medicine: Psychedelic Science 2013 Mini-Documentary

Transforming Medicine: Psychedelic Science 2013 Mini-Documentary

[Inspirationional music] [Albert Garcia-Romeu] Because of the long hiatus in psychedelic research, there’s a lot we don’t know about how they can be used to help people, and at this point, now that we’re actually turning around and looking at these substances with a fresh eye, I think that there’s a lot of benefit that […]

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Thomas Hughes: Faculty Panel
Diamonds in technology, with ASU Physics Professor Robert Nemanich

Diamonds in technology, with ASU Physics Professor Robert Nemanich

our research has been looking at ways to invent new electronic materials one of the electronic materials that our group has become well-known about is diamond what we’ve done in our laboratory is we’ve shown that you can make electronics out of diamond diamond materials are a very promising material for high-power and high-frequency applications […]

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