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Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1994
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Community High School physics students stand back a safe distance as an Ann Arbor police officer lays a patch on North Division Street in front of the school.

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1994
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Then the students made like accident investigators, using the length of the skid and some basic Newtonian physics to calculate how fast the car was moving.

Prof. Glaser Wins Nobel Physics Prize

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Inside An Atom

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University of Michigan Cyclotron, October 1969

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Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1969
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Helps Support Einstein Theory. Prof. William C. Parkinson (left), director of the University's Cyclotron Laboratory, and Joachin A. Koenig, U-M research assistant in physics, inspect scattering chamber between 40-ton magnets of the North Campus facility. Research with such devices in high energy sub-atomic particle physics has helped support Einstein's theory that time relatively slows down as one approaches the speed of light which is a space flight possibility of the future.