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    Citation: Feder, Toni. "Medical Physics Standardizes Clinical Training." Ebscohost. Physics Today, 1 May 2009. Web. 29 Oct. 2015. Summary: Medical physicists are starting to become required to achieve a certified status in their profession. The initiative for this change is primarily due to the improvement in patient safety. Beginning in 2012 people sitting for the board exams will be obligated to have a degree or be pursuing a degree from an accredited medical physics masters, PhD, or clinical residency program per the American Board of Radiology (ABR). Eventually, the people sitting for boards will be required to graduates in an accredited residency program. When a person becomes certified by the ABR they are deemed ready to practice…

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    Fact Sheet for Famous Physicist Name of Physicist: Daniel Bernoulli Date of Birth: February 8, 1700 Date of Death: March 17, 1782 Nationality: Swiss Description of Childhood Upbringing/Early Years: Daniel came from a notable family, known for being physicists. His parents were Johann Bernoulli and Dorothea Falkner. His father was a doctor and well-known mathematician. He was called the “Archimedes of his age”. Education: Taught by his more caring older brother,…

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    was physicist and mathematician who developed the theory of relativity. In 1921 Einstein won a Nobel Prize for physics and the photoelectric effect. The next decade, he moved to the United States after being tracked by Nazis. He also had a major impact on atomic energy. Later Albert Einstein worked on unified field theory. Albert Einstein is considered the best physicist of the 20th century.…

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    Leonhard Euler Essay

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    Petersburg Academy of Science in Russia and also worked in the Russian Navy from 1727 to 1730 as a medical lieutenant. At the Academy, Euler served as professor of physics in 1730. Three years later, he became a professor of mathematics. Euler wrote many articles during his lifetime. His book “Mechanica” earned him worldwide fame as a prominent mathematician. It depicted Newtonian dynamics in the form of mathematical analysis (famousscientists.org) His most famous equation associated with…

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    high school career, and previous to high school, I have taken various science and art classes. These are subjects that have always caught my attention and I plan to continue attending classes that fall under these categories, during my senior year and throughout college. Science has been a subject that I have always had an interest in and have thoroughly enjoyed. During high school, my focuses have primarily been in health science classes that will help me excel in a medical career, although I…

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    Daniel Bernoulli was born on February 8th, 1700 in Groningen, Netherlands, and was known as the “Archimedes of his age”. His parents were Johann Bernoulli and Dorothea Falkner. His father was a medical doctor and a well known mathematician, and his mother was born from a wealthy family in Basel, Switzerland. Daniel had two brothers, Nicolaus and Johann (II), and also had an uncle, named Jacob Bernoulli, who was also a leading mathematician. When his uncle died, leaving the chair of mathematics…

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    Aristotle's Legacy

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    they see science all around them. Science has left a huge fingerprint on the world. Although one of the most well-known scientists is not even an actual scientist, he was actually a philosopher. Aristotle was an ancient Greek Philosopher between circa 384- 322b.c.e. Aristotle and fellow Philosophers, Socrates and Plato, were the builders for much of western philosophy. (Biography.com 1) Aristotle was born circa 384b.c.e. in Stagira in northern Greece. He was from a traditional medical family.…

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    The life and works of Edwin Hubble Edwin Hubble was born november 20, 1889, in Marshfield Missouri. When he was a child he loved both books and sports.He had a chance to be a boxer but instead chose to be a scientist/ astronomer. He is famous for many discoveries and tools used today. He before becoming a scientist he was in a war of some sort I believe it to be world war 1. He also i’m sad to tell later in life had some medical problems which resulted in his death. When he was young he was a…

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    The moment that I discovered that science was one of my favorite things to learn about was when I was in 7th grade. The science that I learned in 7th grade was biology. Before 7th grade, I learned about other sciences such as chemistry, astronomy, physics, and geology. All those subjects didn’t grab my attention as much as biology because before I didn’t think they were interesting and I thought it hard to understand the concept of those sciences. However as I went through my high school career,…

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    Linus Pauling was a very facile scientist. He is known by his colleagues to be the most influential chemist since Lavoisier (who was, in the 18th century, recognized to be the founder of the modern science of chemistry.) For a man that lived on this earth only 93 years, he made many strides in his areas of expertise. This was mainly chemistry, physics and molecular biology. He studied the nature of the chemical bond; also with Vitamin C, which he proclaimed could be a preventive for colds.…

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