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The solution to the big issue of nuclear nonproliferation might be smaller than you think, so small it's virtually invisible and massless.
3 hrs ago | LiveScience
The cats represent the famous Schrodinger cat paradox, in which a quantum cat closed in a box can be dead and alive at the same time.
3 hrs ago | Scientific American
A carbord cut-out of a cat imaged by photons that never went through the cut-out itself.
5 hrs ago | National Geographic
Like twins separated at birth who are later reunited, two laser beams revealed invisible objects in a display of their weird quantum connection, researchers reported on Wednesday.
6 hrs ago | ECNmag
New research from UCL shows we will soon uncover the origin of the ultraviolet light that bathes the cosmos, helping scientists understand how galaxies were built.
6 hrs ago | Daily Mail
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7 hrs ago | R & D
Both plants, algae and bacteria contain light-absorbing proteins which play a role in photosynthesis and thus how the organisms produce energy.
10 hrs ago | Al Bawaba
Image 1 of 13: No shaving means no profits for razor companies. Designed by New Zealand agency Y&R, this Shick ad features three rugged men sporting literally "beastly" beards made of ferrets and rabbits.
11 hrs ago | Sky News
Physicists believe it may be possible that life as we know it could be an optical illusion created by light diffraction.
An experiment at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory called the Holometer intends to test several theories about the universe, including the holographic principle.
Through a confluence of events, Benjamin Bederson, who was drafted into the Army in 1942, had a front-seat view of the top secret effort to develop the first atomic bomb during World War II.Bederson, a resident of the New York City borough of Manhattan, had two and a half years of college physics at the time he was drafted.
Next Tuesday is off in the future. It hasn't happened yet and you can't say what it's going to look like.
Scientists have developed what they believe is the thinnest-possible semiconductor, a new class of nanoscale materials made in sheets only three atoms thick.
A Noise Within , the acclaimed classical repertory theatre, presents a free staged reading of Michael Frayn 's Tony Award-winning play Copenhagen, which "soars at the intersection of art and science."
Sometimes they're doctors, or scientists, or intrepid adventurers, and sometimes they're just ordinary people brought along on a journey through space and time.
Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism , Vol. 24, No. 3. , pp. 1195-1200, doi:10.1007/s10948-010-1109-x The statistical physics of the 3D ordered oxygen interstitials has been measured in La 2 CuO 4+ y using an advanced tool, scanning x-ray diffraction with focused synchrotron radiation.
An ordinary proton or neutron is formed of three quarks bound together by gluons, carriers of the color force.
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