Theorists argue about what when densities creep past two or three times higher than the density of a normal atomic nucleus. From the perspective of nuclear physics, neutron stars could just be nucleons all the way in. “Everything can be explained by variations of nucleons,” said astrophysicist James Lattimer.
A new review by an international team of scientists, including Liliana M. Dávalos, reports an analysis of the incredibly diverse “lost world” of Caribbean fossils that includes giant rodents, vampire bats, enigmatic monkeys, ground sloths, shrews and dozens of other ancient mammals.
In order to help the public understand nanoparticle technology, Professor Orlov began using nanoart to visualize nanotechnology. He teamed up with Marija Iloska, a student studying chemical and molecular engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, to infuse colors into the black-and-white nano-objects.
James Mallinson graduated in 2016 with a BA in psychology with a concentration in marketing. He currently works in the Marketing Department at American Institute of Physics Publishing while pursuing his MBA and shares his influences and advice.
Liliana Dávalos’ current research includes several projects involving bats, including analyzing groups that have evolved many specialized senses, studying the role of anti-microbial peptides on bat wings in resistance to the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome, and investigating the co-evolution between fruit scents and the olfactory ability and behavioral preferences of fruit-eating bats. Her research also includes studying the impact of the illegal drugs on rain forests in the Andean region.