Monthly Archives: February 2017

What’s new on the Pauling Blog? Ilya Prigogine: The Poet of Thermodynamics

There’s a new post on the Pauling blog celebrating the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of Ilya Prigogine. “The attitude of Einstein toward science, for example, was to go beyond the reality of the moment. He wanted to transcend time…for … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Leave a comment

Food history guide: shifting gears to gardening.

This week has been yet again, a series of interesting finds. With all of the research done last week regarding Food Research, the topic blended in with Food Technology. Because of this blending, I decided to hold off on furthering … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Leave a comment

What’s new on the OMA blog? TOO BLACK’s workshop and performance

Check out the new OMA blog post on TOO BLACK’s workshop and performance. As part of the 35th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, the OMA was honored to collaborate with Diversity & Cultural Engagement, University Housing and Dining … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Leave a comment