Category Archives: Technology

THE NER TAMID LECTURES #7: THE MEN WHO MADE THE ATOMIC BOMB

On August 13th, 1942, the government of the United States began a project that would change human history. Urged on by physicists Albert Einstein and Leo Szilard and proceeding under the direction of Robert Oppenheimer and involving literally dozens of Jewish physicists, chemists and mathematicians the Manhattan Project would be the greatest work ever undertaken. They knew that they were in a race against the Germans to develop a weapon of mass destruction. The fate of the world hung in the balance.

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Ann Arbor-Ypsi Game Dev Meetup January Launch

On January 19th, 2017 we officially launched a new game development focused Meetup. Attendance was excellent with students from Eastern Michigan University, Lawrence Technical University and the University of Michigan, as well as local game developers, all attending. Two presentations were given by speakers:

Larry Kuperman, Dir. of Business Development, Nightdive Studios

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David Cai, Co-Founder of Gaudium Studio

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The Men That Made The Atomic Bomb (2016 Edition)

Presented at the JCC of Ann Arbor on July 14th, 2016.

“On August 13th, 1942, the government of the United States began the project that changed human history, the development of the Atomic Bomb. The project was begun under the urging of Jewish physicists Leo Szilard and Albert Einstein, would proceed under the direction Robert Oppenheimer and would involve literally dozens of Jewish physicists, chemists and mathematicians. They were aware that they were in a race against the German team that was also engaged in developing a weapon of mass destruction. The fate of the Jewish people and of all humanity hung in the balance.

The Men Who Made The Atomic Bomb (PowerPoint)

The Men Who Made The Atomic Bomb (PDF Version)