Daily Archives: October 5, 2016

Sweet hippos of San Marcos! Nanobots are real!

Today, the Nobel Prize people awarded three European Scientists the 8m Swedish kronor prize in Chemistry for “nano-machines.” Five years earlier, they succeeded in making a molecular “car” drive across a piece of copper. It was only six billionths of a … Continue reading

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Italian #40: Guido d’Arezzo

Guido d’Arezzo is the person given the credit for inventing modern music notation that is widely followed. His two most famous creations are the staff, aka the five bars the notes are written on so you know which notes they are. … Continue reading

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