“All nine blocks of 8th Avenue were people, solid people on the sidewalk,” Adrian Massey, organizer of the March for Science Bozeman, described the scene on Saturday, April 22.
The Museum of the Rockies (MOR) hosts the Astronomy and Aerospace day during the beginning of April every year. This year, the event fell on Sunday, April 7, and ran from 1 – 4 p.m.
Neil Cornish, professor in the Department of Physics, addressed the subject of extreme gravity with near childlike exuberance and entrancement. Cornish discussed his involvement with the study of extreme gravity and the effect that his research could have on future studies of the universe and the forces that act within it.
This week the Montana Board of Regents plans to vote on a proposal to rename the Engineering and Physical Science Building to Barnard Hall.
The human immune system protects against harmful microorganisms on a daily basis and has the ability to produce millions of pathogen-specific immune cells.
By Gerrit Egnew
Classical Greek and Latin education was composed of seven topics, which Aristotle called “the liberal sciences.” These were divided into the trivium (grammar, logic and rhetoric) and quadrivium (geometry, arithmetic, astronomy and music).
Matt Voll and Ehson Mosleh speak in the SSEL fabrication lab.
Matt Voll takes notes as he inspects equipment.
Connected to an Atlas-V rocket, FIREBIRD will propel through the sky on Oct.
PHOTOS BY JEREMY GOULD
This summer’s remodel of Cooley Lab is complete, leaving the new space ready for student researchers to use.