Yoram Lithwick, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Northwestern's Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, measured the masses of approximately 60 exoplanets larger than Earth and smaller than Neptune.
What does WCAS stand for?
WCAS stands for Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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- Wood County Amateur Radio Club (Ohio)
- Workers' Compensation Administration Revolving Fund Assessment (California Department of Industrial Relations)
- Worldwide Consultative Association of Retired Flag Rank Generals and Admirals
- West Central Africa Regional Office
- World Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles
- World Conference on Agrarian Reform & Rural Development
- Western Carolina Amateur Radio Society, Inc. (Asheville, NC)
- Warfighter Communication Assessment System (US DoD)
- Waterloo Centre for Atmospheric Sciences (Ontario, Canada)
- Weather, Climate, and Society (American Meteorological Society journal)
- Westmorland County Agricultural Society (UK)
- Winnebago County Animal Services (Rockford, IL)
- Woods College of Advancing Studies (Boston College; Massachusetts)
- World College for Advanced Study (Center for Philosophy and Foundations of Science; India)
- World Council of Arya Samaj
- Whatcom County Adult Soccer Association (Bellingham, WA)
- Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault
- Washington County Adult Skill Center (Abingdon, VA)
- Washington County Association of Snowmobile Clubs (Granville, NY)
- West Chester Area School District (Pennsylvania)
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Harel, an assistant professor of chemistry in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern, is one of 16 science and engineering researchers nationwide named a 2013 Packard Fellow.
The research team, led by Omar Farha, research associate professor of chemistry in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, has synthesized, characterized, and computationally simulated the behavior of the two MOFs that display the highest experimental Brunauer-Emmett-Teller surface areas of any porous material on record, 7,000 m2/g; that is, one kilogram of the material contains an internal surface area that could cover seven square kilometers.