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Dateline Rice for July 16, 2019
Dateline Rice for July 16, 2019.Stefan De La Garza – July 16, 2019Posted in: Dateline RiceAPOLLO 11 50TH ANNIVERSARY Is it time to play with spaceships again? President John F. Kennedy’s “moon speech” given at Rice Sept. 12, 1962, is featured or mentioned in numerous articles. The New York Times (Subscription is required. This article also appeared in the July 13 print edition, and it appeared in WS Tale, 170k News, Centre Daily Times, Newsllive.com and All USA News Hub.) https://nyti.ms/2YddYoB Apollo 11 at 50: How the moon landing changed the world The Christian Science Monitor (This article will appear on the cover of the July 22 print edition.) http://bit.ly/2ldQai9 What breakthroughs are on the launch pad? Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum https://s.si.edu/2lcr2bA The best books about the Apollo program and landing on the moon Smithsonian http://bit.ly/2laMk9y The path to Apollo 11: A timeline of the space race to land on the moon CBS News (This article also appeared in WBNS Online.) https://cbsn.ws/2laFYac Who should pay for ‘moon shots’? Scientific American http://bit.ly/2lc6Vu5 The watch that went to the moon The Atlantic http://bit.ly/2lcon1C What John F. Kennedy’s ‘moon speech’ means 50 years later The Atlantic (This article also appeared in Konitono News.) http://bit.ly/2lqDXa5 An oral history of the landmark Apollo 11 moon landing New York Post https://nyp.st/2lglQn4 Could the Apollo 11 moon landing be duplicated today? ‘Lots of luck with that’ Los Angeles Times (Subscription is required. This article appeared in the July 16 print editions of The Buffalo News, The Times-Tribune and The Citizens’ Voice, and it appeared online in Phys.org and a previous edition of Dateline when it was first posted online.) https://lat.ms/2lo5LvK The making of Saturn V, the rocket that carried man to the moon Phaidon http://bit.ly/2lcVGSc Why investing in space must be a priority The Washington Times http://bit.ly/2lhGkfb The 1st watch on the moon: The Omega Speedmaster Nuvo http://bit.ly/2lcR2Uc ApolloAmerica’s race to the moon Skymania http://bit.ly/2lcRK3O Business dreams powering a lunar race Livemint? (This article also appeared in the July 16 print edition.) http://bit.ly/2lc7HHv San Antonio classical musicians shoot for the moon in honor of Apollo 11 anniversary San Antonio Express-News (This article also appeared in the July 16 print edition.) http://bit.ly/2lcBrE9 Apollo 11: Four days to the moon, then the ‘Eagle has landed’ WFTV Online (This article also appeared in more than 20 other media outlets.) https://at.wftv.com/2ld9XOK Apollo and Tang: ‘Ain’t nothing but a thang!’ Shreveport Times http://bit.ly/2laAoEK Editorial: ‘We choose to go to the moon in this decade’ Virginian-Pilot http://bit.ly/2lc8bNP Apollo 11’s mission to the moon still inspires Daily Press (This article also appeared in the July 16 print edition.) http://bit.ly/2lcWd6A The dark side of the moon New Statesman America http://bit.ly/2ld3inJ 50 years ago, Atlantans led Apollo 11 protests WXIA Online https://on.11alive.com/2ld5sUn One giant leap for our self-understanding Spiked (This article also appeared in Daily News, Newsllive.com and 17OK.org.) http://bit.ly/2ld3V0z Opinion: 50 years after Apollo, does America have the right stuff to join the new space race? MarketWatch https://on.mktw.net/2lcqna8 Apollo was NASA’s biggest win — but its legacy is holding the agency back The Verge http://bit.ly/2lcr5nO 5 reasons why the first Apollo moon mission can’t be duplicated today Gulf News http://bit.ly/2le6Ypg Seattle native who was in mission control for moon landing remembers Apollo 11  King 5 News Online https://kng5.tv/2laImxE Analysis: Back to the moon — but why? FlightGlobal http://bit.ly/2laIH3o PGAV designs new Apollo XII exhibit for Virginia Air and Space Center  Blooloop http://bit.ly/2leILPF America’s space race: Pride of achievement WND.com http://bit.ly/2leLSqM Men and missiles: The epic journey of Apollo 11 Crypto Coin Discovery http://bit.ly/2lcgmcZ One giant leap is necessary to improve your CX Business 2 Community http://bit.ly/2lgkOre Read John F. Kennedy’s ‘moon speech’ Konitono News http://bit.ly/2ldrfv7 Space next 50          Parent Talk http://bit.ly/2leY3Uw Belgium: 50th anniversary of historic lunar landing captured on new silver proof coins World Mint News Blog http://bit.ly/2lbTTgc Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz: Fly me to the moon The Jewish Link http://bit.ly/2lcxU.S.KPRC Channel 2 News Today 6 a.m.’ KPRC-TV (Houston) http://bit.ly/2lfDszq ‘KPRC Channel 2 News Today 6 a.m.’ KPRC-TV (Houston; this segment aired twice.) http://bit.ly/2ldlrlk ‘Great Day HoustonKHOU-TV (Houston) http://bit.ly/2leN4uh KTRH-AM (Houston) http://bit.ly/2ldow4U CJBQ-AM (Ontario, Canada) http://bit.ly/2ldoOc0 ‘Chasing the MoonSBS One (Australia) http://bit.ly/2lfCymw ’13 WMAZ Eyewitness News Midday’ WMAZ-TV (Macon, Georgia) http://bit.ly/2ldmEJq BBC Radio 5 Live  U.K. Regional Radio (This segment aired on more than 30 affiliate stations.) http://bit.ly/2lfMuwn BBC Bristol U.K. Regional Radio   http://bit.ly/2ldr3Mq BBC Radio 5 Live http://bit.ly/2lfHNCL Boston: lancio del razzo Saturn V, cinquant’anni dopo Apollo 11 FullTravel.it (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2ldMjld Männer und Raketen: Die legendäre Reise der Apollo 11 Stern (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2lcTZEh 50 anos de la llegaga del hombre a la luna RTVE.es (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2lcPSYU Apollo, l’épopée douce-amère des Américains dans l’espace pendant la guerre froide Le Monde (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2leZwu0 20 luglio 1969 – 50 anni fa il primo uomo sulla luna Ingenio (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2lf04jy Space Adventure arriva a Torino a novembre TorinoFree.it (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2leiK2V Langer Anlauf für einen ‘riesigen Sprung’ Prisma (An English translation is not available. This article also appeared in the July 16 print editions of the Jyllands-Posten Sondag and Abendzeitung Munchen.) http://bit.ly/2lf17ju Astronomen beobachten erstmals Mond-Entstehungsregion um fernen Gasriesen Grenzwissenschaft-aktuell.de (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2lA9Wok Il lancio del Saturn V rivive 50 anni dopo alla JFK Presidential Library Latitudes Travel Magazine (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2lxIaZB How Rice University tethered Houston to space NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine ’97 is quoted and pictured. President David Leebron, late alumnus and former chairman of the Rice Board of Trustees George R. Brown and late alumnus and former U.S. Rep. Albert Thomas are mentioned. Texas Medical Center News (This article also appeared in the July 2019 print edition.) http://bit.ly/2lt6dc9 Lift-off: Houston woman remembers watching Apollo 11 launch from beach in Florida Douglas Brinkley, the Katherine Tsanoff Brown Professor in Humanities and author of “American Moonshot: John F. Kennedy and the Great Space Race,” is quoted. Houston Chronicle (This article also appeared on the front page of the July 16 print edition of the Chronicle.) http://bit.ly/2laykwu The great space race Sentinel Tribune http://bit.ly/2lcWeaH Meet the NASA engineer who was part of the Apollo 11, Apollo 13 space missions  Alumnus Jerry Woodfill ’65, who was part of NASA’s Apollo Warning System engineering team, is interviewed. CW 39 Online (The video segment also aired on KIAH-TV in Houston.) http://bit.ly/2lg0fuY One of these 12 women astronauts will go to the moon Alumna Shannon Walker is featured. WRCB Online (This CNN article also appeared in 30 other media outlets and a previous edition of Dateline.) http://bit.ly/2lcwQBT Grace: Record-breaking Iowa astronaut Peggy Whitson says 1969 Apollo moon mission inspired her Alumna Peggy Whitson ’86, the astronaut who has spent more time in space than any other American, is featured. Omaha World-Herald http://bit.ly/2lfzp6f ABC Canberra Brian O’Brien, a former Rice professor who taught from 1963 to 1968 and built radiation and dust experiments for the Apollo missions, is interviewed. Australian Broadcasting Corporation http://bit.ly/2lfPzMU NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL 1st moon-forming disk detected swirling around an exoplanet Rice research that made the first-ever observations of a circumplanetary disk, which helps to support many of the current theories of planet formation, is featured. Lead author Andrea Isella, assistant professor of physics and astronomy and of Earth, environmental and planetary sciences, is quoted. Smithsonian http://bit.ly/2lw3XAS Here’s a first. Astronomers see a moon forming around a baby exoplanet Universe Today (This article also appeared in the Hilltop Monitor, DirtySouthSoccer and Mashable India.) http://bit.ly/2lwzkeD One of America’s top climate scientists is an evangelical Christian. She’s on a mission to convert skeptics. Research into the religious beliefs of scientists by Elaine Howard Ecklund, professor of sociology and director of the Religion and Public Life Program at Rice, is cited. The Washington Post (Subscription is required. This article appeared in the July 16 print edition and a previous edition of Dateline when it was first posted online.) https://wapo.st/2llMqLE Robots are creating these brilliant new jobs Collaborative Rice research that developed a tangled, 3D-printed network of vessels that mimic a human lung is featured. MSN Money (This Love Money article also appeared in MSN Malaysia and MSN Ireland.) http://bit.ly/2lebfsQ The top 50 US colleges that pay off the most An article featuring Rice mentions that it is ranked No. 15 in the nation on CNBC Make It’s 2019 list of schools with graduates with the highest average salaries. CNBC https://cnb.cx/2lelMnO HOUSTON/TEXAS Add slaveholding ancestors to Beto O’Rourke contrition list, along with white male privilege Mark Jones, the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies, professor of political science, fellow in political science at Rice’s Baker Institute for Public Policy and fellow at Rice’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research, is quoted or interviewed by several media outlets. The Dallas Morning News (This article also appeared on the front page of the July 16 print edition.) http://bit.ly/2ld0QgY Texas House Speaker Bonnen invests millions in new political action committee KRLD.radio.com http://bit.ly/2le9OdV http://bit.ly/2ldhdKu Bonnen PAC seeks to maintain GOP control of Texas House WOAI.iheart.com https://ihr.fm/2le9USP KLBJ-AM (Austin) http://bit.ly/2ldjVQa Third-party and independent candidates find it hard to get on the ballot in Texas  HPPR.org (This Texas Standard article also appeared in a previous edition of Dateline.) http://bit.ly/2lcLwB0 Interview with Mark P. Jones — Episode 25 LukeMacias.com http://bit.ly/2lgraH4 A 3D model for global health An article features the low-cost universal cervical cancer instructional apparatus, or LUCIA, developed at Rice, which consists of more than 20 3D-printed cylindrical cervical models and replica pelvises that allow trainees in low-resource nations to examine and detect a range of potential conditions, including cancer. Quoted are Maria Oden, a full teaching professor in bioengineering, director of the Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen and co-director of the Rice 360° Institute for Global Health, and alumnae Sonia Gomez Parra ’19 and Karen Vasquez Ruiz ’19. Texas Medical Center News (This article appeared in the July 2019 print edition and a previous edition of Dateline when it was first posted online.) http://bit.ly/2xoajVW Artist Gillian Wearing challenges selfie culture in exhibit at Rice’s Moody Center for the Arts An article features Gillian Wearing’s installation “Rock ‘n’ Roll 70” at Rice’s Moody Center for the Arts. The site-specific work “Wallpaper” consists of portraits that have been altered to imagine what the artist will look like in 20 years. Alison Weaver, executive director of the Moody Center, is quoted. Texas Medical Center News (This article appeared in the July 2019 print edition and a previous edition of Dateline when it was first posted online.) http://bit.ly/2xp8o3o Raymond Burroughs announces retirement Alumnus Raymond Burroughs is featured. The Facts (Subscription is required.) http://bit.ly/2lcitxr 5 best gynecologists in Houston An article featuring Susan Hardwick-Smith mentions that she completed an executive coach program at Rice. KevsBest.com http://bit.ly/2laVhQc Houston PetSet trabaja por resolver problema de mascotas desamparadas en la ciudad  A television broadcast mentions that Houston PetSet commissioned a study by Rice to analyze why local animal shelters are consistently filled to capacity or beyond. El Venezolano Houston (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2laTY3K BROADCAST Study finds it’s healthier and more productive to be yourself at work An article features a Rice study that determined that people with nonvisible stigmas who live openly at work are happier with their overall lives and more productive in the workplace. Eden King, associate professor of psychology, is quoted. Jewel 99.3 Online http://bit.ly/2ldmdid Unlikely inventors credited with femur surgery breakthrough An article mentions that Rice seniors at the Brown School of Engineering developed a process of repairing fractured long bones in an arm or leg using magnets. The project won the top prize, the Excellence in Engineering Award, at the school’s annual Engineering Design Showcase. Alumni Ashvin Dewan and Ian Frankel are quoted. KSAT Online (This video also aired on KSAT-TV in San Antonio.) http://bit.ly/2lcpBKd Why does the top of Austin’s tallest building look ‘unfinished’? Rice is mentioned. KUT Online (This segment also aired on KUT-FM in Austin, Texas.) http://bit.ly/2lqsVBG TRADE/PROFESSIONAL Physicists find first possible 3D quantum spin liquid An article about collaborative research by Rice physicists is featured. Co-authors Pengcheng Dai, professor of physics and astronomy, and Andriy Nevidomskyy, associate professor of physics and astronomy, are quoted. Emilia Morosan, associate professor of physics and astronomy, of chemistry and of materials science and nanoengineering; postdoctoral research associate Bin Gao; and graduate students Tong Chen and David Tam are mentioned. Phys.org (This article also appeared in Science Codex, Nanowerk, Parallel State, Long Room, Bioengineer and Science Daily.) http://bit.ly/2lbZSBG Heat recovery device can boost efficiency of solar energy systems An article features Rice research that suggests carbon nanotubes may make solar panels more efficient. Co-authors Gururaj Naik, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Junichiro Kono, professor of electrical and computer engineering, of physics and astronomy and of materials science and nanoengineering, are quoted. Graduate student Chloe Doiron is mentioned, and graduate student Xinwei Li and academic visitor Weilu Gao are pictured. The Engineer (This article also appeared in Chemicals Market News and Edgy Labs.) http://bit.ly/2lzbsHi Rice device channels heat into light Informed Infrastructure http://bit.ly/2lxGqzv Wissenschaftler wandeln licht in strom um MSN Nachrichten (An English translation is not available.) http://bit.ly/2lC5Jk1 ‘Ladders’ “Ladders,” authored by Albert Pope, the G. S. Wortham Professor of Architecture and originally released in 1996, is featured. A Daily Dose of Architecture Books (This article also appeared in Seriously Architecture.) http://bit.ly/2lwecoO Ride-hailing services may be driving up traffic deaths An article cites collaborative research into ride-hailing services by Yael Hochberg, the Ralph S. O’Connor Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship at Rice’s Jones Graduate School of Business. Metro Magazine http://bit.ly/2lbZlQc Texas billionaire heiress Randa Duncan Williams prefers to stay out of the spotlight Alumna and Rice Trustee Emerita Randa Duncan Williams is featured. Celebrity Net Worth http://bit.ly/2lyZQ7a Building a movement: How emerging leaders are shaping a circular economy Alumnus Isaac Carroo is featured and pictured. GreenBiz http://bit.ly/2ldK8y1 OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST Passages: Michael O’Reilly, aka ‘Penny’ An article featuring the late alumnus Michael O’Reilly mentions that he died June 10 at 57. Windy City Times http://bit.ly/2lyHC5H SPORTS 2019 Texas football schedule preview: Week 3 at Rice An article mentions Rice football players Austin Trammell, George Nyakwol, Prudy Calderon, Tom Stewart and Blaze Alldredge. USA Today http://bit.ly/2ldz43W A milestone summer Rice is mentioned. Denton Record-Chronicle http://bit.ly/2kbWKWi Scott Shepperd joins baseball staff An article features former Rice assistant baseball coach Scott Shepperd. GoU.S..com  http://bit.ly/2lcWczz Fritsch grabs international record An article mentions that Rice track and field athlete Natan Rivera placed third in pole vault at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association’s track and field championships in Querétaro, Mexico. Sealy News http://bit.ly/2lyPaFz State sports briefs An article mentions that Rice’s men’s basketball team will play the University of Arkansas Nov. 5. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette http://bit.ly/2lfmgKo Proctor sets table for Hot Rods in 8-4 home win Former Rice baseball player Ford Proctor is featured. Bowling Green Daily News http://bit.ly/2lfrmX5 Nashville Aquatic Club’s Lauren Hurt verbally commits to Rice Owls An article featuring Lauren Hurt mentions that she plans to swim at Rice. Swimming World Magazine http://bit.ly/2leDoQt About Stefan De La Garza. Stefan De La Garza is a news analyst in Rice University's Office of Public Affairs.Comments Closed. Comments are closed. 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