Applied Physics

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Leonardo da Vinci and Medicine: Where Would We Be Without the Sketches of the World’s Most Famous Renaissance Man?

Chances are that your jaws will drop looking at all the great works of Leonardo da Vinci (1452 to 1519), from the intriguing Mona Lisa to The Last Supper (arguably the world’s most reproduced painting). But thinking past the exceptionally gifted Italian artist to uncover the polymath who contributed greatly to the world of medicine could be a challenge. …

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Flow Meter

Choosing the Right Flow Meter for an Application

Flow meters are used to measure water, gasoline, chemicals, engine oils, dairy, industrial liquids, airflow, and transmission fluids. Getting the right one for a specific application is a must, as all of your money and budget would be put to waste if you choose the wrong one. These flow meters are essential for data collection, …

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Top Ten Open Problems in Physics

What is the ultimate purpose of my work as theoretical physicist and, if you want, my existence itself? Is it serving the community of other physicists like organizing and participating in conferences? Nop. Then, maybe teaching future physicists in the University, encourage young people to enter the exciting field of physics? Not quite. Writing good …

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Building Skyward: How Physics Made Possible the Vertical Rise of Modern Cities.

There is a new measure to the advancement and modernity of cities around the world. That measure does not belong to the group of economic or financial yardstick. That degree of modernization is now seen on the skyline. The upward trend of building the spaces that people dwell in. The expansion of towns and cities …

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