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physicist

a person versed in or studying physics

physicist

[′fiz·ə‚sist]
(physics)
A person who does research in physics.
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Of course, in the end, nature is going to tell us what's true," says theoretical physicist Yonit Hochberg of Cornell University, who spoke on a panel at the meeting.
They then explored the reason why the Austrian physicist arrived at an energy/mass correlation with the wrong factor, namely at the equation: E = (3/8) mc2.
Minimum educational requirements for medical physicist jobs usually include either a master's degree or doctorate in physics, medical physics, or a related field.
Some scientists, including one of string theory's co-originators, the Stanford physicist Leonard Susskind, argue that these universes are not just mathematical constructs but real places.
It's a theory that feels both gracefully poetic and the stuff of bad sci-fi potboilers - and, at this point, it cannot be proved nor disproved, so many physicists refuse even to accept it as science.
Argentine physicist moves to untie universal mysteries.
The Social Text editors, thrilled to have a physicist defecting to their side, published the piece.
The ethical physicist Mobius has incarcerated himself to prevent the world from obtaining and misusing his invention.
Professor Yasar Onel, a University of Iowa physicist, was one who lamented its demise, as the supercollider would have included 11 Iowa physicists in the research and, revealingly, they would have been "on the receiving end of major grants for years to come," as reporter Tom Walsh wrote.
Fermi was an Italian physicist, a refugee from Mussolini's fascism, who demonstrated the world's first nuclear chain reaction in a squash court underneath the University of Chicago's football stadium on December 2, 1942.
IntraOp Medical Corporation (OTCBB:IOPM) announced today that Mary Louise Meurk, one of its co-founders and an award-winning medical physicist, has resigned from her position as director and corporate secretary after more than 10 years of service.
It's very different than what the last 30 years of particle physics looked like," says theoretical physicist David Kaplan of Johns Hopkins University.