If there were any quantum effects to be seen, I wasn’t paying attention… Dorith (Mrs. diyPhysics) and I were having too much fun! Click here for photos of Day 1 in the G Force One zero-g airplane Click here for photos of Day 2 in the G Force One zero-g airplane For more information about Zero G
diy Quantum Physics was featured in Make Magazine, Volume 31: Punk Science (page 76).
We just came back from the USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington DC, where we had the pleasure to meet fellow diy Science authors Theo Gray (Mad Science, The Elements, Popular Science’s Gray Matter, etc.) and William Gurstelle (Backyard Ballistics, Whoosh Boom Splat, The Practical Pyromaniac, etc.)
We had a very nice book presentation and discussion last night at Barnes & Noble in Marlton, NJ. Quite a few curious shoppers stopped by while Shanni presented a lecture on diy Quantum Physics. Thanks to our very few, but very loyal fans 🙂
We have been invited by Barnes & Noble in Marlton Circle to their Educator’s Night to lecture on “Do It Yourself Quantum Physics”: Educator Event Teachers are invited to meet authors David Prutchi and Shanni Prutchi for a “Do-It-Yourself Quantum Physics” night! Book Talks, thank-you bags, fun and door prizes also. CEUs available for attendance from 6:30 to
Today we received the first two copies of the book! Amazon’s website says that it will be shipping on January 29, 2012. From the back cover: “Build an intuitive understanding of the principles behind quantum mechanics through practical construction and replication of original experiments. With easy-to-acquire, low-cost materials and basic knowledge of algebra and trigonometry,
Teachers, instructors, and professors at accredited higher-learning institutions may request an evaluation copy of the book from J. Wiley & Sons. Why should you adopt this book as your Quantum Physics lab course textbook? Our book explains Quantum Physics through hands-on experiments that the reader can perform at school. Throughout the book we guide the