In 'Naturescapes', LaGuardia Professor Jetmir Troshani offers a vibrant close-up of Kenya's wildlife. Capturing dynamic moments in their natural settings, his work is not just a collection of photos, but an intimate journey into the heart of Kenya's diverse animal kingdom.
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“From Cells to Galaxies” offers a visually captivating and intellectually engaging journey across the immense scales of the universe. This intriguing exhibition, curated by the faculty members of the Natural Sciences department, features compelling images captured through the accurate lenses of microscopes and telescopes. Biologists, chemists, and physicists have all contributed to this remarkable exploration. This exhibit elegantly emphasizes the interconnectedness and shared patterns observable across diverse scales in nature – from the microcosmic realm of cellular structures to the vast macrocosmic expanses of celestial entities.
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In this research, LaGuardia student Sara El Houzaly and Dr. Richa Gupta unveil the profound health implications of our warming planet. Their research uncovers how climatic shifts intensify respiratory, waterborne, and vector-borne diseases, and exacerbate cardiovascular conditions and allergies. The authors make a compelling case for urgent mapping of emerging health risks and strategic public health planning to tackle the looming health crises instigated by climate change.
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Historian Dr. Karen Miller, assisted by LaGuardia scholar Stephen Pierre Paul, unravels the complex narrative of the Iwahig Penal Colony's early 20th-century history. Utilizing a rich collection of Southeast Asian newspaper articles, their study shines a new light on the societal dynamics of this unique Filipino enclave during the U.S. colonial period, delivering a groundbreaking insight into incarceration and peripheral development.
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LaGuardia scholars Camille Enderlin and Lenin Nolasco illuminate the elusive dynamics of stellar dimensions, defining a typical Neutron Star's radius as approximately 10 km and a White Dwarf's as approximately 8,000 km. Their work unravels the intricate balance between gravitational and Fermi-Gas pressures, offering fresh perspectives on these celestial bodies.
In this research, Oscar J. Rivera, a student from LaGuardia, under the guidance of Dr. Yves Ngabonziza, eloquently demonstrates the interplay between temperature and the structural integrity of composite cantilever beams. Using Finite Element Analysis, Rivera explores thermal stresses, strains, and displacement, presenting a compelling case for selecting composite materials with comparable coefficients of thermal expansion and Young's modulus to ensure enhanced stability in extreme thermal conditions.
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Welcome to our exciting STEAM challenge! This journey through Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Liberal Arts has been thoughtfully crafted by the faculty at LaGuardia college. No matter your expertise level, this is a fantastic chance to expand your knowledge and satisfy your curiosity. Remember, it's not about getting every answer correct, but about discovering and enjoying the world of STEAM. Start the challenge and see how much you know. Good luck!
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Welcome to the future of technology! In this captivating exploration, Dr. Yun Ye from the MEC department dives into the mesmerizing world of machine learning and chatbots, specifically the groundbreaking AI, ChatGPT. This artificial brain, developed by OpenAI, is revolutionizing how we interact with machines. It reads, understands, and replies with a depth and nuance that feels incredibly human. Intrigued? Let's unlock the secrets behind this digital wizardry, and discover how it's shaping our tomorrow!
by Roman Senkov and Tomonori Nagano.
Dive into the linguistic labyrinth of the Alyutor language, a mosaic of history and culture embedded in its polysynthetic structure. Are you ready to embark on this journey into the heart of Paleo-Asiatic linguistics, armed solely with logic and intuition?
★ A solution for the previous puzzle is posted at the end of this article. Check it out!
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