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15 de Julio del 2021 efemerides nace Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell astrofísica

Ciencia y Humor

Tal día como hoy (15 de Julio) de 1943 nace en Belfast Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell , astrofísica norirlandesa que, como estudiante de postgrado, codescubrió la primera radioseñal de un púlsar en 1967.https://lacienciadejaun.com/blogs/efemerides-cientificas/15-de-julio-de-1943-nace-en-belfast-susan-jocelyn-bell-burnell-astrofisica-norirlandesa-que-como-estudiante-de-postgrado-codescubrio-la-primera-radiosenal-de-un-pulsar-en-1967Si te gusta nuestro contenido, coméntalo y compártelo con tus amigos , familia, conocidos, redes... y visita nuestra página https://lacienciadejaun.comSi te gusta mas todavía , puedes seguir en nuestras redes sociales;Facebook-- https://www.facebook.com/lacienciadejaunPinterest -- https://www.pinterest.es/lacienciadejaunInstagram -- https://www.instagram.com/lacienciadejaun/Twitter -- https://twitter.com/lacienciadejaun¡Siguenos!Y si te encanta , también puedes apoyarlo cómo patrono en https://www.patreon.com/lacienciadejaun¡Hazte Patrono!

5mins

15 Jul 2021

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"Les femmes de l'ombre" : Jocelyn Bell Burnell (ep 1)

Késako

« Derrière chaque grand homme, il y a une femme » vous connaissez tous surement ce proverbe prononcé par Talleyrand, vous avez également des noms de femmes en tête comme par exemple La mère d’Edward Teller, Michelle Obama… Cependant, il y a une multitude de femmes que l’on ne pourra citer car elles sont méconnues, ce sont les femmes de l’ombre. La raison ? L’effet Matilda. Ce terme désigne le déni ou la minimisation récurrente et systémique de la contribution des femmes scientifiques à la recherche, dont le travail est souvent attribué à leurs collègues masculins. De nombreuses femmes célèbres aujourd’hui en ont été victimes comme Marie Curie Par exemple, mais d’autres sont restées dans l’ombre. C’est pourquoi dans ce premier épisode de la série « les femmes de l’ombre » de Késako, nous allons mettre la lumière sur une scientifique qui aurait mérité d’être célèbre mais qui ne l’a pourtant pas été. Aujourd’hui nous allons donc parler de Jocelyn Bell. Ce nom vous est inconnu ? Ne partez pas c’est normal, si vous la connaissiez déjà ce podcast n’aurait aucun interet mais ne vous en faites pas on va y remédier. Si elle n’a pu inscrire son nom dans l’histoire, nous tenterons tout de même de l’inscrire dans nos mémoires. Laissez-moi vous compter son histoire... INFOS IMPORTANTES: QUI réalise le podcast? Le podcast est entièrement monté et enregistré par moi QUI suis-je? Je m'appelle sara du studygram @flawless_studies, je suis en seconde et je suis passionnée par plein de choses dont les sciences. A SAVOIR: Je suis aussi la créatrice du projet "Virtual Class" (clique ici pour accéder au site) qui est une plateforme où des cours sont donnés gratuitement par des professeurs bénévoles en visioconférence dont Emma, Quentin et Marius nos 3 invités. Ce projet a été lancé pendant le confinement et a cumulé une centaine d'inscriptions. Si vous l'avez manqué, pas de panique il reprend fin aout avec des stages de pré-rentrée pour préparer le passage en première. contact: @kesako_podcast (sur instagram)

5mins

16 Jun 2021

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Vedátorský podcast 70 – Jocelyn Bell Burnell a objav pulzarov

Vedátorský podcast

Výskum vesmíru je plný prekvapení, väčšinu z nich si však treba tvrdo odpracovať – napríklad analyzovaním desiatok metrov papiera plného grafov denne. Tvrdá práca prináša svoje ovocie, aj keď nie pre každého rovnako. Čo sú to pulzary? Ako boli objavené? Kto za ne získal Nobelovu cenu? A kto je tá najpohodovejšia astrofyzička v celom Anglicku? O tom všetkom diskutuje Jozef a Samuel.Podcast vzniká v spolupráci so SME. Prednášku Jocelyn B. Burnell o jej objave si môžete pozrieť tuhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-335gUOvdhAPodcastové hrnčeky nájdete na stránke https://vedator.space/hrnceky/ Vedátora môžete podporiť cez stránku Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/Vedator_sk Podcast môžete počúvať aj cezSpotify: https://tinyurl.com/V-spotifyApple: https://tinyurl.com/V-applePodcastPodbean: https://tinyurl.com/V-podbeanGoogle Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/V-GooglePodcastYouTube: https://tinyurl.com/V-YouTube-kanal Vedátora nájdete aj naFB: https://www.facebook.com/vedator.svkIG: https://www.instagram.com/vedator_sk/web: https://vedator.space/

37mins

29 Mar 2021

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15: Neutron Stars - with Jocelyn Bell Burnell

The Supermassive Podcast

"I was tracking down every signal that it picked up, and there was one signal that I couldn't make sense of." Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell gives Izzie and Dr Becky a neutron star 101 and tells them how she discovered pulsars in the 1960s. Plus, Dr Robert Massey takes on your questions and tells us what to look out for in the spring night sky. Book Club Recommendations  Forgotten Women: The Scientists - Zing Tsjeng  Six Impossible Things - John Gribbin  The End of Everything (Astrophysically Speaking) - Katie Mack  Vera Rubin: A Life - Jacqueline and Simon Mitton Cosmos - Carl Sagan The Book Nobody Read - Owen Gingerich Don't forget to send your questions or space book club recommendations to podcast@ras.ac.uk or tweet @RoyalAstroSoc using #RASSupermassive. The Supermassive Podcast is a Boffin Media Production by Izzie Clarke and Richard Hollingham.

42mins

26 Mar 2021

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[Histoire de femmes] 2. L'effet Matilda illustré par Rosalind Franklin et Jocelyn Bell Burnell

Femmes de sciences

Bonjour à tous !  Pour cet épisode 2 de la rubrique Histoire de femmes, je fais un peu de sociologie en vous présentant l'Effet matilda : le déni récurrent des femmes dans la science. Pour illustrer cet effet, je vais vous parler de deux scientifiques extraordinaires : La grande chimiste Rosalind Franklin qui a découvert la structure de la molécule d'ADN et l'astrophysicienne Jocelyn Bell Burnell qui a révolutionnée le monde de l'astrophysique en découvrant les pulsars ( vous allez même en écouter un !) . J'espère que cet épisode va vous plaire et j'attends vos retours sur les réseaux. Merci, bye bye Camille ----------BIBLIOGRAPHIE--------- Effet Matilda : 1. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effet_Matilda 2. Article : http://garciaproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Rossiter-1993_The-Mattew-Matilda-Effect-in-Science.pdf 3. https://www.franceculture.fr/sciences/leffet-matilda-ou-les-decouvertes-oubliees-des-femmes-scientifiques 4. https://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2020/02/19/sciences-l-effet-matilda-de-quoi-s-agit-il_6030033_3232.html 5. https://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2020/02/19/sciences-l-effet-matilda-de-quoi-s-agit-il_6030033_3232.html 6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDFPSpwP83s 7. https://www.philonomist.com/fr/video/leffet-matilda  Effet Matthieu : 1. https ://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effet_Matthieu# :~ :text=L’effet%20Matthieu%20(Matthew%20Effect,et%20de%20l’innovation%20technologique. 2. https://www.scienceshumaines.com/l-effet-matthieu_fr_39923.html 3. https://www.letemps.ch/economie/leffet-matthieu-detruit-talent Rosalind Franklin: 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosalind_Franklin 2. https://www.letemps.ch/sciences/rosalind-franklin-chimiste-regarde-ladn 3. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/article/130519-women-scientists-overlooked-dna-history-science Jocelyn Bell Burnell: 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jocelyn_Bell_Burnell 2. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/news-jocelyn-bell-burnell-breakthrough-prize-pulsars-astronomy 3. https://youtu.be/z_3zNw91MSY--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camille-rys/message

11mins

22 Mar 2021

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Discovering A New Star: Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s Advice For Astronomers And Women In Science

Are We There Yet?

Back in 1967, Dr. Jocelyn Bell Burnell observed a curious set of radio pulses from a new type of telescope. Her findings would lead to a new type of star — a pulsar — and begin a new chapter of astronomical discovery. The findings were groundbreaking and paved the way for a new type of observation — radio astronomy. We’ll chat with Burnell about the story of that discovery, where she sees the future of radio astronomy heading and her work to get more women and minorities involved in STEM. Then, Space is huge, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to keep it clean. As we continue to venture into our solar system with robotic explorers and human missions, there’s a greater need for good hygiene. On this week’s “I’d Like to Know” segment, we’ll chat with physicists  from the University of Central Florida about keeping our dirty Earth-germs off other planets and moons — and why the search for life depends on it.

28mins

10 Mar 2020

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Jocelyn Bell Burnell: "She Discovered the Pulsar, but the Nobel Went to Her Supervisor" | Zeitgeist 2019

Talks at Google

Jocelyn Bell Burnell talks through her professional history, from overcoming imposter syndrome as a graduate student in Cambridge to discovering pulsars, getting passed over for a Nobel Prize, inspiring Joy Division to make one of the most iconic album covers of all time, and doing her best to lift up women and people of color interested in graduate work in astronomy. Jocelyn Bell Burnell inadvertently discovered pulsars as a graduate student in radio astronomy in Cambridge, opening up a new branch of astrophysics – work recognized by the award of a Nobel Prize to her supervisor. She has subsequently worked in many roles in many branches of astronomy, working part-time while raising a family. She is now a Visiting Professor in Oxford, and the Chancellor of the University of Dundee, Scotland. She has chaired, served on, or serviced more Research Council Boards, Committees and Panels than she wishes to remember, and has also chaired a European Community Committee. She has been President of the Royal Astronomical Society, in 2008 became the first female President of the Institute of Physics and in 2014 the first female President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. She was one of the small group of women scientists that set up the Athena SWAN scheme. She has received many honours, including a $3M Breakthrough Prize in 2018. The public appreciation and understanding of scinece have always been important to her, and she is much in demand as a speaker and broadcaster. In her spare time she gardens, listens to choral music and is active in the Quakers. She has co-edited an anthology of poetry with an astronomical theme – Dark Matter: Poems of Space. Jedidah Isler is an Astrophysicist and Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College. An advocate for diversity in STEM, she was Yale University's first African-American woman to earn a PhD in Astrophysics. In 2015, Isler founded Vanguard: Conversations with Women of Color in STEM. She gave an inspiring TED talk on the urgent need for diversity in STEM and science. To watch the video of this talk, please visit youtube.com/googlezeitgeist.

22mins

28 Feb 2020

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Jocelyn Bell Burnell: Pulsars and the universe

Sydney Ideas

Hear from one of the greatest astrophysicists and role models of our time. Best known for her discovery of pulsars, Jocelyn Bell Burnell has paved a path for furthering scientific knowledge and education.This talk was recorded on Tuesday 16 July, 2019 at the University of Sydney. Visit this page for more: https://bit.ly/2JAlj8m

59mins

23 Jul 2019

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Classic Desert Island Discs: Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell

Desert Island Discs

Another chance to hear Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell choose her Desert Island Discs, with Sue Lawley. First broadcast 24th December, 2000.Jocelyn Bell Burnell was only twenty-four when she made the discovery of a lifetime: As she was mapping the universe for her PhD, she chanced upon the radio signal for a totally new kind of star, known as a 'pulsar'. Her find is seen as one of the most important contributions to astrophysics in the twentieth century.

35mins

28 Apr 2019

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Jocelyn Bell Burnell: Pulsars

She Did What?! Podcast

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21mins

4 Mar 2019

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