Kamis, 19 September 2013

Ruben Juanes unravels the mysteries of underground flows

As a child in the Galicia region of northwestern Spain, Ruben Juanes was already fascinated by science, and that interest was fostered by a science teacher who taught him in the fifth and sixth grades. One thing that really helped to bring the material to life, says Juanes — now the ARCO Associate Professor in Energy Studies at MIT — was that teacher’s passion for the scientific method, including having the students write detailed reports about their experiments, just as working scientists do. “Even at such an early age,” he says, he enjoyed “that combination of direct observation f... lainnya »

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