I first learned about Monica Dunford because of her starring role in the documentary “Particle Fever”. She played a very important part in what was the biggest and most expensive experiment in the history of the world; no small feat! I was absolutely captivated by her love and passion for physics and for her insatiable desire for finding the elusive Higgs Boson particle, also described as the “god particle”, which potentially explained the origin of all matter.
Monica is an inspiration to all of us. We are excited to have her as part of our series of “Great Women Doing Great Things”. We will continue to follow her career and support her in her future scientific endeavors. Join us in reading this fantastic Q&A we had with Monica and enjoy one of the great scientific minds of our time.
Where can you ski, sun and surf, all in the same day? Only in good ol’ California. Start your day skiing at Big Bear, then hop on over to Palm Springs to soak up the sun, then surfs up in Huntington Beach, and finish it all off with dinner at one of 3 awesome restaurants. Hey Invite Me shows us how in this infographic.
America loves her beaches. West coast, east coast and abroad, there is nothing like getting out to the beach for recreation and relaxation. So, get on your designer swimwear, grab your favorite beverage, crank up the tunes and kick off the summer with this nostalgic infographic that peers back to the 1960s beach explosion.
The folks at Swimwear365 decided to take a historical look at how women’s swimwear has evolved over the years. This summary marks key points in bikini and swim suit history with iconic shots including Ursula Address’s classic white bikini to Pamela Anderson’s red one-piece swimsuit in Baywatch to modern day styles.