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Martian wallpaper January 22, 2010

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Linear dune fields on the floor of crater Noachis Terra, in the Hellas impact basin.

(From the HIgh Resolution Imaging Science Experiment, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona.)

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Critical Point of Water January 22, 2010

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For those who missed it in CHE 305, here’s the critical point of water again:

The “DECLIC high temperature insert” mentioned at the beginning of the video is a DEvice for the study of Critical LIquids and Crystallization designed for use in the study of phase transitions in microgravity aboard the ISS.

More here, here, and here.

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Global Warming Seminar TONIGHT January 21, 2010

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Dr. Brian Soden, Univ of Miami, “The Reality of Global Warming: Cold Facts on a Hot Topic

January 21st, 2010, 7pm, Marian University, Hackelmeier Memorial Library Auditorium

Remember Superman’s home? January 21, 2010

Posted by Dr. O in Chemistry, Uncategorized.
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Does anyone remember what Superman’s home planet looked like?  All full of crystals and light.  Well, they’ve just “unearthed” it!  The Naica Cave in Mexico, home to GIGANTIC selenite crystals, was discovered by accident by local miners.  Interestingly this is one of the first crystal caves with crystals of this magnitude to be found, however researchers believe that the Earth’s crust could be full of such wonders.  Check out a video of Professor Iain Stewart having a look around.  Also see pictures here.

Welcome! January 21, 2010

Posted by Dr. O in Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Science Education.
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Welcome to the Marian University, School of Mathematics & Science’s MU SCIENCE BLOG!

This blog is powered by Marian University science students including those majoring or minoring in biology, chemistry, math, or physics.

Please check out what the students have to say and ENJOY!