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    • Analysis of Low-Temperature Indium Seals for Hermetic Packaging of Large-Area Photodetectors 

      Kupfer, Marcus E. (2013-10-24)
      The optimization of process parameters for sealing the sealing of large-area photodetector glass packages using low-temperature indium seals has been investigated in this report. Small scale 2.54×2.54 cm samples were used ...
    • An Art to be Learned 

      Brown, Garrett J. (2012-04-18)
      An Art to be Learned resurrects the often obscure histories behind scientific accomplishments while simultaneously seeking links between poetic and scientific vision. Individual poems present moments of discovery that ...
    • The Dire State of Science in the Muslim World 

      Rehman, Jalees (www.3Quarksdaily.com, 2015-12-07)
      Universities and the scientific infrastructures in Muslim-majority countries need to undergo radical reforms if they want to avoid falling by the wayside in a world characterized by major scientific and technological ...
    • From Deli Girl to Teacher of Artists: A Visual Curriculum Beyond the Script 

      Eaglin, Jo (2012-12-07)
      This study is a partially fictionalized autobiographical inquiry into several phases of experience of the author, whose life illustrates the difficulties, struggles, and successes of an individual who experienced poverty ...
    • Murder Your Darling Hypotheses But Do Not Bury Them 

      Rehman, Jalees (www.3Quarksdaily.com, 2015-04-27)
      How do scientists decide when it is time to murder their darling hypotheses? The simple answer is that scientists ought to give up scientific hypotheses once the experimental data is unable to support them, no matter how ...