What happens when things move really fast. Pushing things makes them go...– Euan.
I help make sure computer things stay safe. It is more fun than that sounds. ...– Christian Ternus (@ternus), information security researcher
I listen to very deep sounds, they are so low we can’t hear them. These...– @isoundhunter
Red shift” is what happens when light moves toward us from very far away....– Paul Aulridge.
I study old human stuff— We look at the old stuff to see when and where humans...– Meagan Sobel, Biological Anthropology student.
Suppose you are reading a book about computers, and you want to find every place...– Alasdair Mackintosh - I work on Google web search.
I help children learn about space and the computers that we send into space and...– Korinne (@astrorinne on twitter)
In my work I ask if people will fight to get water one day? If there is less...– Nina Hissen.
Cool the water down and it becomes ice. Now, it looks very different…...– Tarun Grover.
Deep inside our world is a huge ball of hot stuff. This is the stuff that turns...– Peter Selkin (@paselkin), paleo/rock-magnetist
I look at very tiny living things, called cells, that are found all over the...– Colleen McHugh (bacterial cell signaling)
Groups of stars make new stars from their stuff. When groups of stars go into...– Kyle
I find out about how people speak. I find out people who use the same words but...– Phonetics and having an academic paper published. Claire Bedford
I study how trees and other living things responded during the many changes that...– @JacquelynGill, paleoecologist and blogger at The Contemplative Mammoth
When something is really, really small -too small to even see- it acts in very...– http://laserboyfriend.blogspot.com/
I study how rocks from our world other worlds form and change when they get wet....– Megan Elwood Madden- planetary geochemist
In the brain, cells tell each other about how they are firing by sending...– Nicholas Weiler.
Things are made of small bits. Some of the bits are made of even smaller bits....– Nabil Iqbal. I study string theory.
I study tiny bits of matter that are all around us but that we can not see,...– Roberto Trotta, cosmologist
Sometimes there is bad stuff in the ground. This bad stuff comes from places...– Woody.