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The resulting troika, of a theorist and two experimentalists, would have their hands full, both technologically and managerially.
Francis & the Lights The R&B experimentalist has been bringing out Chance the Rapper as a surprise guest all summer ... and the Chicago MC has no gigs scheduled during Pitchfork weekend.
The observation doesn’t change physicists’ understanding of the nucleus or neutrinos, says Natalie Roe, an experimentalist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, who was not involved in the study.
Dr. Thorne then recruited Dr. Drever, a gifted experimentalist from the University of Glasgow, to start a gravitational wave program at Caltech.
The Oscar-winning Japanese composer, synth-pop pioneer and electronica experimentalist reflects on his work and influences in this intimate portrait.
The foundation, which would wind up spending $1 billion over the next 40 years on the project, ordered the two groups to merge, with a troika of two experimentalists, Drs.
Tuscon experimentalist Karima Walker put out her debut full-length, Hands in Our Names, in March, and its songs reverberate most during their quietest moments.
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