Bread, backpacks, and bosons — a summer at CERN

Caitlin Gainey and some of her Yale friends spent the summer in Europe hiking in the mountains, strolling through medieval villages — and searching for subatomic particle collisions that few humans have ever seen. Gainey, a Yale College senior studying astrophysics, along with fellow Yale seniors Dawson Thomas, Matthew Murphy, and Alexandra Haslund-Gourley, conducted critical … Read more

‘Tightening cycle’ to control inflation ‘well advanced’ – Adrian Orr

New Zealand’s economy is in a much better place than many around the world, Adrian Orr says. photo: RNZ / Dom Thomas The governor of the Reserve Bank (RBNZ), Adrian Orr, says New Zealand still has more work to do to combat inflation but it’s getting there. He said compared to much of the world … Read more

The new website is coming tomorrow

Over the past couple of months, you may have seen me in the comments section chatting with varying citizens about the website re-design that is coming before the season starts. As promised, the time has come: Oilersnation.com is changing tomorrow. The last time we relaunched the website with a new design was in early 2017, … Read more

Sept. 26: NHL Preseason Roundup

The 18-year-old left wing had one shot on goal in 16:59 of ice time. “It was great and I’m sure it will only be better and better, like when the season starts (Oct. 12), but it was great,” Slafkovsky said. “It was faster for sure, but those are little things. I will get used to … Read more

Believe in a Soft Landing…Yeah, and That Inflation Was ‘Transitory’

The S&P 500 is down 10% in just the last two weeks with US 10 year bonds collapsing as the 10-year yield touches past 3.88%. This was trading just close to 3.2% a few weeks back and bonds seem unable to catch a bid. Investors try and buy the market in fear of missing out, … Read more

‘We’re the underdogs’ – Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Lakers set out to prove themselves all over again

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — With reams of championship banners hanging above him, a couple of surefire Hall of Fame teammates present in the gym with him and a team roster that will cost the Los Angeles Lakers a hair under $175 million, Anthony Davis’ statement about the upcoming season sounded almost unthinkable. “We’re treating this … Read more

National Gallery visitors can pay whatever they want for Lucian Freud exhibition

Visitors to National Gallery will be able to pay ‘as much or as little as they like’ on Friday evenings to see Lucian Freud exhibition in response to cost-of-living crisis The scheme will run for the entire Lucian Freud exhibition starting in October Tickets for the exhibition can be booked in advance from September 26th … Read more

NASA spacecraft to hit asteroid in planetary defense test | Space News

In world’s first attempt to change the motion of an asteroid, scientists hope the method can prevent collisions with Earth. A NASA spacecraft is scheduled to slam into an asteroid, in an unprecedented test designed to prevent potentially devastating collisions with Earth. NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft will hit the asteroid Dimorphos about … Read more

Jaylen Brown, Boston Celtics set to ‘put our best foot forward’ under interim coach Joe Mazzulla

4:19 PM ET Tim BontempsESPN CANTON, Mass. — In the wake of the suspension of Boston Celtics coach Ime Udoka for the entire 2022-23 NBA season for violations of team rules, interim coach Joe Mazzulla said Monday that his goal is to simply continue building upon what allowed the Celtics to reach the NBA Finals … Read more