Monthly Archives: March 2023

Behold, an Ein Stein!

This academic year has been thrilling: first nuclear fusion breakeven, now an ein stein! Last week, a preprint at by David Smith et al. announced an “ein stein”, or one stone, a shape that forces a non periodic tiling … Continue reading

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Generalizing Coulomb’s Law

The forces between two electric charges in arbitrary motion are complicated by velocity, acceleration, and time-delay effects. The forces need not even lie along the line joining the two charges! Suppose a source charge is at position with velocity and … Continue reading

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Wooster Physics Alumni at Kent Displays

Three Wooster physics alumni who all work at Kent Displays, Inc. returned to campus last Thursday to share some info about the physics of liquid crystals as well as some of their personal journeys to Wooster and beyond. See more … Continue reading

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