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Oh waves, how I love thee! Amazing 3D levitation with acoustic waves Three-Dimensional Mid-Air Acoustic Manipulation [Acoustic Levitation] (2013,2014-) …
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If you are in Boston this weekend and are interested in STEM, this is where the action is! Join us at the Scientista Symposium organized by +Julia Tartaglia and +Christina Tartaglia (my keynote is Saturday at 3PM at MIT) http://scientistasymposium.splashthat.com/
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Totally last minute, Inside Edition wants me to explain the scientific plausibility of building an ark of the dimensions of Noah's Ark. Could a flood phenomenon like that exist? In preparation for the Noah Movie. Any suggestions?
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Check out the "2012" horror movie. The Chinese made modern version of Noah's ark appears towards the end of the movie.
The flood in the movie is caused by a sudden change in the earth's core temperature due to a large neutrino flux delivered by a massive solar flare.
I read somewhere that a theory on this exists and was endorsed by Einstein...
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Today is a big day for physics. Andrei Linde and Renata Kallosh (in the video) were two dear professors of mine at Stanford. She was part of my doctoral dissertation committee. Their reaction is priceless! Want to find out more about gravitational waves? Try this nice article: http://bit.ly/1gFpVC8
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Make sure to check out our conference page www.necss.org and sign up to attend NECSS in just a few weeks in NY! I'll be doing a special reception "Ask a Physicist!" with Brian Wecht +Brian Wecht  on Friday, April 11th at 2PM
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Things just got more exciting! Joining my panel at +NECSSConference is NASA Astronaut +Cady Coleman (http://bit.ly/1h064Di), +Elise Andrew (the woman behind the popular "I effing love science") and the always great +Jeanne Garbarino (director of science outreach at The Rockefeller University's Science Outreach Program)
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What IS Light? Watch me and Trace Dominguez from +Discovery News   explore the topic on this video http://bit.ly/1oGQcWU  
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"Outrageous Acts of Science" on the Science Channel, Saturdays 10PM :)
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Need some advice: an accomplished engineer friend of mine wants to start a fashion and technology company. He knows nothing about fashion and wants to learn all about clothing design and wearable technologies. Do you know of a Masters program or institute anywhere in the world where he could do this? Thanks so much!
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Many of the students, professors, and recent grads at Drexel's fashion design program might be able to help your friend out. I still know a few of them, so I can try to spread the word by posting info and/or forwarding emails.

As a bonus, Drexel design students are often accustomed to working with scientists and engineers. (Strangely, they're all required to take a physics class.)
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Physicist, researcher in Wall St and passionate science communicator
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A physicist with a deep passion for communicating science to the masses. Secondary life as philosopher and actor. Made in Mexico.
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A Stanford-trained physicist who is very passionate about communicating science. My initiatives to popularize science have impacted thousands of people around the world. For my Ph.D. Dissertation I invented a highly effective technique to focus wireless signals in targeted locations. This method allows for secure communications among desired users inside buildings. The applications of this technique extend to the medical and entertainment fields. I also published research in the field of nano-physics.

I have a huge passion to popularize science and motivate young minds to think analytically and critically about the world. This has led me to pioneer learning initiatives in schools and universities in Mexico, Africa, the US and Israel. I'm a frequent public speaker [http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/TEDxEast-Debbie-Berebichez-How] and have been recognized by numerous media outlets such as Oprah, CNN, WSJ, TED, DLD, WIRED, Martha Stewart, City of Ideas, Dr. Oz Show, Celebrity Scientist and others. I regularly appear as a science expert on different international TV networks; co-hosted National Geographic’s “Humanly
Impossible” and the upcoming show 'You've Been Warned' on the Discovery channel.
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First Mexican woman to graduate with a physics Ph.D. from Stanford
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  • Stanford University
    Physics, 1998 - 2005
  • National Autonomous University of Mexico
    Physics, 1996 - 1998
  • Brandeis University
    Physics and Philosophy, 1993 - 1996
  • Columbia University
    Physics, 2005 - 2007
  • New York University
    Applied Mathematics, 2005 - 2007
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