Monthly Archives: March 2012

Risa Wechsler; Dark Stuff, Halos and all that

I recently came across another physicist in Sean Carroll’s Cosmic Variance blog network, who’s involved in galaxy formation, some cosmology and dark matter/energy contributions to dynamics of both large scale systems. Dr Risa Wechsler; a Stanford University Professor of Physics, … Continue reading

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These days

These days I’ll focus on one arena of physics that women are prolific in (numbers and pubs), that is astronomy. Yes there are a number of women gladly occupying small posts or large enough ones such as Jill Carter of … Continue reading

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