Tag: science

Honey Bee Update

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The honey bee population has been in decline for several years. Some say it is due to the varroa mite. Others claim it is the result of pesticides. Still others cite the cause as stress on the immune system due to overuse of the bees. The decline in population is not just a US phenomenon. […]

World Green City

Energy

World Green City is a prototype of a green city located on the Saluang-Keelek campus of Chiang Mai Rajabhat University. It is comprised of about 20 buildings making use of the latest technology. The DC microgrid funded by the ONR is one of the innovations in place.

My Book is Out!

Books

Modeling Ships and Space Craft: The Science and Art of Mastering the Oceans and Sky begins with the theories of Aristotle and Archimedes, moving on to examine the work of Froude and Taylor, the early aviators and the Wright Brothers, Goddard and the other rocket men, and the computational fluid dynamic models of our time. It examines the ways each used fluid dynamic principles in the design of their vessels.

Blogging at BioBuzz!

Energy

I’m delighted to announce that I’m a member of the BioBuzz blog team. BioBuzz covers all things BioTech and is working to build a strong BioTech community in Maryland. They offer networking events, news, mentors, and info on career opportunities. I’m currently covering biofuels – and couldn’t be happier about it. Check out the Industry […]