Central Michigan Life – Abbie Russelberg wins CMU Band’s Cymbal Award

In less than a year, Abbie Russelburg went from a Geology major with a passion for music to being accepted into the Music Education program and awarded the CMU Cymbal Award. Russelburg is a current senior at Central Michigan University, double majoring in Geology and Music Education. This past year, her first as a Music … Read more

NIST finds wireless performance consistent across 5G millimeter-wave bands – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Settling a key dispute in the wireless communications field, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found that transmission performance is consistent across different bands of the millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrum targeted for high-speed, data-rich 5G systems. Settling a key dispute in the wireless communications field, researchers at the National Institute of Standards … Read more

Metal atoms in platinum move like tiny marching bands

The Earth’s crust is cracked into seven major tectonic plates, constantly sliding and grinding into each other. You can’t see it happen, but you can see the results: the mountains and the volcanoes that erupt when plates collide, for instance, or the valleys and seas left behind when plates break apart. But the crust isn’t … Read more