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New study reveals importance of liquid structural ordering in crystallization

Molecular dynamics simulations of a supercooled nickel–aluminum alloy reveal that crystal-like preordering and interfacial tension are important in crystal nucleation and growth, highlighting a critical gap in classical nucleation theory. Credit: Hajime Tanaka from University of Tokyo Crystallization in liquids is a fundamental phase transition.… Read More »New study reveals importance of liquid structural ordering in crystallization

Judith Durham, voice of the Seekers and Australia’s first global pop queen | Music

Judith Durham’s talent shone brightly across the Australian music landscape, her powerful bell-like voice, unpretentious nature and stoicism in the face of adversity securing her countless loyal fans. Durham, who has died in Melbourne aged 79, was the distinctive voice of the Seekers, the folk-singing… Read More »Judith Durham, voice of the Seekers and Australia’s first global pop queen | Music

Does America have enough engineers for interconnection studies? – pv magazine International

As two US grid operators have flagged a shortage of qualified engineers to conduct interconnection studies, pv magazine USA recently spoke with Kalyan Chilukuri, vice president of Electric Power Engineers, about industry staffing challenges and measures that might help. August 8, 2022 William Driscoll The… Read More »Does America have enough engineers for interconnection studies? – pv magazine International

How to deal with cholera

Published: August 07, 2022 21:45:57 A country long vulnerable to classical vibrio cholera, followed by large-scale deaths, Bangladesh, can now reasonably be considered free of the deadly diarrhoea, virus-borne illness. Although a section of global researchers include Bangladesh among the cholera outbreak-prone countries, there are… Read More »How to deal with cholera

Michael Hill International Violin Competition Announces New Triptych Of Beloved Classical Music Events

Monday, 8 August 2022, 10:42 amPress Release: Michael Hill International Violin Competition There’s good news for the classical music sector today as two events initially adapted as COVID pivots will be added to the events calendar permanently, sitting alongside New Zealand’s most prestigious international music… Read More »Michael Hill International Violin Competition Announces New Triptych Of Beloved Classical Music Events