If the sun were to suddenly disappear (explode) would the gravitational effects of that be experienced here on earth instantaneously or eight minutes. I guess I am asking if information can travel faster than the speed of light?
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Argonne National Laboratory is accepting applications for the 2015 Named Fellowship for outstanding doctoral-level scientists and engineers who are at early points in promising careers.
Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers under the age of 35 in all STEM fields are eligible to apply for a travel award to this year’s Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS).
Aug. 8, 2014 is the deadline to make arrangements for your Fall 2014 RA or TA appointments.
On Aug. 25-26 NCSA will host a visualization workshop offered by the Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering.
Registration is now open for a weeklong hands-on workshop that will cover the fundamentals of setting up and administering a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster.
A number of fellowship opportunities for graduate students and postdocs have upcoming deadlines.
Upcoming deadlines for students planning to deposit theses for August 2014 graduations.
Are you ready for the job market? Attend this afternoon retreat to jumpstart your preparation, learn about the academic job search process, and begin to develop excellent application materials.
Information about a research opening in Professor Cecilia Leal's group in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Illinois.
This workshop will provide information about how to organize the job search, what strategies are most effective, how to research organizations, and where to find other helpful resources.
A 50% RA is available for an exceptional PhD student to develop analytic tools for studying cell networks and other complex adaptive systems.
ITGAP grant recipients receive up to $2,000USD to help support travel for the developing or developed country scientist to visit their collaborator abroad for a minimum of one month.
Computational Science and Engineering will host the Elements of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Research Workshop,
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