Wisconsin researchers helped research that won Nobel Prize - Fort Bend Herald

Wisconsin researchers helped research that won Nobel PrizeFort Bend HeraldMILWAUKEE (AP) — Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee played a role in breakthrough research on gravitational waves that earned a Nobel Prize in physics. Researchers Barry Barish and Kip Thorne of California and Massachusetts scientist ...and more »

MSU Researcher's Work Contributed to Nobel Prize in Physics - U.S. News & World Report

MSU Researcher's Work Contributed to Nobel Prize in PhysicsU.S. News & World ReportA Montana State University researcher's work, that helped confirm Einstein's theory of gravitational waves, contributed to the Nobel Prize in physics. Oct. 7, 2017, at 10:20 a.m.. MSU Researcher's Work Contributed to Nobel Prize in Physics ...and more »

From noise to music: How the LIGO team heard the famous 'chirp' - The Hindu

The HinduFrom noise to music: How the LIGO team heard the famous 'chirp'The HinduDetermination: "Once we went down the road of making the detailed study of noise a science in itself, we realized that there are no limits to measurement," says Rana Adhikari. Shubashree Desikan. October 07, 2017 18:55 IST. Updated: October 07, 2017 ...and more »

The Nobel Prize: South Whidbey grad's research contributed to coveted physics award - South Whidbey Record

South Whidbey RecordThe Nobel Prize: South Whidbey grad's research contributed to coveted physics awardSouth Whidbey RecordA South Whidbey grad who played a role in observing and studying ripples in the fabric of space-time found out Tuesday that her efforts have led to a Nobel Prize in Physics. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced this week that Rainer Weiss, ...and more »

UCR physicist is proud of his father for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics - Press-Enterprise

Press-EnterpriseUCR physicist is proud of his father for winning the Nobel Prize in PhysicsPress-EnterpriseKenneth Barish, chairman of the UCR Department of Physics and Astronomy is proud of his father, Barry Barish, of Caltech who recently won a Nobel Prize in Physics for helping discover gravitational waves. (TERRY PIERSON,THE ...and more »

Here are the names and achievements behind this year's Nobel Prizes in Science - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsHere are the names and achievements behind this year's Nobel Prizes in ScienceDigital TrendsMIT physicist Rainer Weiss, looks at his 1974 prototype for Radio Frequency Modulated Test Interferometer at the MIT Pappalardo Room, after he received news early this morning that he shared the win for the Nobel Prize in Physics. Ryan McBride/AFP ...and more »

Nobel laureate tells science like it is - CBC.ca

CBC.caNobel laureate tells science like it isCBC.caEvery year it is an exquisite pleasure to interview a winner of the Nobel Prizes in science, and this year was no exception as we spoke with Dr. Rainer Weiss, who shared the physics prize with Dr. Kip Thorne and Dr. Barry Barish for the discovery of ...and more »

Nobel Prize 2017: All The Winners - Economic Times

Economic TimesNobel Prize 2017: All The WinnersEconomic TimesThe physics prize was divided, one half awarded to Rainer Weiss (L), the other half jointly to Barry C. Barish (C) and Kip S. Thorne (R) "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves". They received the ...and more »

Nobel Prize for Physics, 2017 - Indian Connection - New Kerala

Nobel Prize for Physics, 2017 - Indian ConnectionNew KeralaNew Delhi : The 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics has been conferred to three scientists namely Rainer Weiss, Barry C Barish & Kip S Thorne under the LIGO Project for their discovery of gravitational waves, 100 years after Einstein's General Relativity ...and more »

Is the Nobel for discovery of gravitational waves premature? - Avenue Mail

Avenue MailIs the Nobel for discovery of gravitational waves premature?Avenue MailOn October 3, 2017, the Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded to three American physicists “for decisive contribution to Laser Interferometry Gravitational Observatory (LIGO) detector and observation of gravitational waves”, a sort of extremely faint ...and more »

Trending Science: Listening to the whispering Universe – work on gravitational waves recognised by Nobel Prize - Cordis News

Cordis NewsTrending Science: Listening to the whispering Universe – work on gravitational waves recognised by Nobel PrizeCordis NewsThe 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics has gone to three scientists, two in collaboration, for their work on gravitational waves. These ripples across spacetime echo far-distant cataclysms, giving us a new language with which to interpret the actions of the ...and more »

Nobel Prize-winning discovery on gravitational waves came about with contributions from USC scientists - USC News

Nobel Prize-winning discovery on gravitational waves came about with contributions from USC scientistsUSC NewsIllustration of gravitational waves An artist's impression shows gravitational waves generated by binary neutron stars. (Photo/R. Hurt, Caltech-JPL). The Nobel Prize-winning discovery that gravitational waves exist in the universe — which in turn ...and more »

The Nobel Prizes – what you need to know - DeathRattleSports.com

DeathRattleSports.comThe Nobel Prizes – what you need to knowDeathRattleSports.comHow much do you know about the Nobel Prizes? DW takes a look at who and what are behind one of the most prestigious awards in the world. Alfred Nobel Portrait (Getty Images/Hulton Archive). Who was Alfred Nobel? Alfred Nobel was born in Stockholm in ...and more »

Boulder-based HPD's equipment helps LIGO team win Nobel Prize - BizWest Media

BizWest MediaBoulder-based HPD's equipment helps LIGO team win Nobel PrizeBizWest MediaBOULDER — A Boulder-based company provided some of the equipment used in the gravitational waves experiment that won the 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics. High Precision Devices, a 30-person company, built the seismic isolation platforms where the ...and more »

Secrets, big science and dynamite: The quirky stories behind how Nobel Prizes work - ABC Online

ABC OnlineSecrets, big science and dynamite: The quirky stories behind how Nobel Prizes workABC OnlineThe Nobel Prize might never had existed had a newspaper not accidentally posted Alfred Nobel's obituary before he died. During his lifetime, Nobel became famous for making a vast fortune off inventing dynamite. But when his brother Ludvig died, the ...and more »

39 Indian scientists co-authored papers that got Nobel Physics prize - Deccan Herald

Deccan Herald39 Indian scientists co-authored papers that got Nobel Physics prizeDeccan HeraldThe Nobel Prize for Physics, 2017, which was given for the detection of gravitational waves is a “proud moment” for India also, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) said on Friday. It said the discovery papers were co-authored by 39 Indian ...and more »

Orcas Currents lecturer Barry Barish wins Nobel Prize - Islands' Sounder

Islands' SounderOrcas Currents lecturer Barry Barish wins Nobel PrizeIslands' SounderCaltech Professor Emeritus Barry Barish, who delivered an engaging Orcas Currents lecture on the subject in July 2016, has just been awarded a share of the 2017 Nobel Prize in physics for his crucial contributions to the discovery of gravity waves.and more »

What Are The Long-Term Effects Of Short-Term Science Funding Cuts? - WLRN

WLRNWhat Are The Long-Term Effects Of Short-Term Science Funding Cuts?WLRNBarry Barish (left) and Kip Thorne address a press conference at the California Institute of Technology after receiving the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics on Oct. 3, 2017, in Pasadena, Calif. Barish and Thorne were among seven Americans to win Nobel ...and more »

Embry-Riddle Prescott Team Contributes to Nobel Prize Winning Research - ERAU News

Embry-Riddle Prescott Team Contributes to Nobel Prize Winning ResearchERAU NewsFive Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University faculty and student researchers working at the Prescott, Ariz., campus were among the contributing researchers to LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, which received the Nobel Prize in ...and more »

Fresh off first Nobel, top physicist coming to SBU - Innovate Long Island

Innovate Long IslandFresh off first Nobel, top physicist coming to SBUInnovate Long IslandSpeech, speech: Caltech Professor Kip Thorne, a 2017 Nobel Prize winner in physics, will lecture at Stony Brook University this spring. October 6, 2017. By GREGORY ZELLER //. A freshly minted Nobel Prize winner will grace Stony Brook University this ...and more »