5 Fun Facts About Albert Einstein

By Rita Patel Einstein is most well-known for his theory of relativity (e=mc²), but did you know these lesser-known facts about everyone’s favorite crazy-haired physicist? Einstein didn’t wear socks. Apparently Continue Reading →

Honoring Dr. Leona Woods – #Herstory

By Rita Patel During March’s Women’s History Month, I honor Leona Woods by telling #herstory. American Physicist Dr. Leona Woods is best known for her work on the now famous Continue Reading →

Today in History: Einstein Presented World with Famous Equation in Physics

By Vedant Mehta Albert Einstein is one of the most well-known physicists throughout history. Among other things, he is also known for formulating the world-famous equation E=mc2, the equation that Continue Reading →

The Mother of Radiation: Marie Curie

By Kaitlyn Butler The start of Marie Curie’s story isn’t like most of the other scientists that  had made a name for themselves throughout history, mostly because she was a Continue Reading →

Nuclear Medicine Radiates Hope For Patients

By Emma Meyers As a fourth year nursing student working in Chicago area hospitals, I deal with nuclear medicine quite often. The term “nuclear medicine” can sound disconcerting, but when Continue Reading →

National Nuclear Science Week 2018 Kicks Off

This week is National Nuclear Science Week – an exciting week of learning, teaching and interacting on all things nuclear-related.  (You can read about the history of National Nuclear Science Continue Reading →