Future Faces of Physics Physpardy !. Physpardy !. Einstein’s birthday, some celebrate it as Pi Day. Date a Scientist - 100. In 1903, this scientist received a Nobel Prize for her work on radiation with her husband. Date a Scientist - 200.
Future Faces of Physics Physpardy!
Einstein’s birthday, some celebrate it as Pi Day.
Date a Scientist- 100
In 1903, this scientist received a Nobel Prize for her work on radiation with her husband.
Date a Scientist- 200
Born on 22 September 1791, the ideas of this electric scientist certainly weren’t confined to a cage.
Date a Scientist- 300
Helen Quinn, well-known SLAC physicist, released the Framework for K-12 Science Education, outlining concepts all students should learn before graduation in this year, the same year as the ‘hurriquake.’
Date a Scientist- 400
This popular theoretical physicist was born on 8 January 1942.
Date a Scientist- 500
The Alphabet - 100
Newtonian constant of gravitation.
The Alphabet - 200
Speed of light in a vacuum.
The Alphabet - 300
The gas constant.
The Alphabet - 400
Wien displacement law constant
The Alphabet - 500
Units - 100
Units - 200
Units - 300
The number of Zones in SPS.
SPS by the Numbers - 100
Given ‘to support projects designed to promote physics across cultures,’ this SPS award is worth up to $300.
SPS by the Numbers - 200
The amount a chapter receives after being awarded the Sigma Pi Sigma Undergraduate Research Award.
2011 winners from Houston Baptist University
SPS by the Numbers - 300
Approximate number of undergraduate students that attended the 2008 Sigma Pi Sigma Congress at Fermilab.
SPS by the Numbers - 400
SPS was established in this year, the same year the Beatles released The White Album
SPS by the Numbers - 500
The speed and the direction of motion
Spelling - 100
A state in which opposing forces are balanced
Spelling - 200
Used in electric circuits to store charge
Spelling - 300
Having exactly similar parts facing each other around an axis. In Physics, it’s often super!
Spelling - 400
A unit of quantum computing, similar to a bit as a basic unit of computer information.
Spelling - 500
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