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Equity investigation of attitudinal shifts in introductory physics
This study explores the impact of University Modeling Instruction on student attitudes regarding science, with a focus on the impact of gender and ethnicity.
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February 22th History

1857: Heinrich Hertz was born in Hamburg, Germany. He was the first to produce and detect radio waves (1888).
Source: Physics Infomall.