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A new twist on a very old physics technique could have a profound impact on one of the most buzzed-about aspects of nanoscience.
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Not that long ago, SteelyKid was doing something violent with toys , and in the process made the canonical falling-bomb whistle noise.
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Light can trigger coordinated, wave-like motions of atoms in atom-thin layers of crystal, scientists have shown.
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In this diagram of a child-custody network, female 1 has kids with two men. One is married and has kids with three women, and the other is single and has children with four women.
Somewhere near the two-thirds mark of Particle Fever , an unexpectedly gripping story of the CERN Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, you may well find yourself sweating along with the half-dozen physicists featured here, as they wait to learn the mass of the Higgs particle they have dislodged from smashing protons together.
The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from , "We find that the magnetization of SMM can be controlled by the spin transfer torque with respect to the bias voltage direction, and the electron current can be switched on/off in different magnetic structures.
A toy ball that skips on water far easier than the best skipping stone is the inspiration for a line of research that's caught the attention of the U.S. Navy.
Texas Oncology-Paris physicist Dana Rosencranz , Ph.D, DABR, recently received the Medical Dosimetry & Physics Award, a prestigious award for outstanding achievement in radiation oncology and diagnostic imaging from Texas Oncology/McKesson Specialty Health.
What got you into quantum physics? Do you know, I can't really remember. I just started buying New Scientist really.
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Imagine you had to take an art class in which you were taught how to paint a fence or a wall, but you were never shown the paintings of the great masters and you weren't even told that such paintings existed.
I only require one thing from "science": the ability to pluck the eyeballs out of my head, roll them in cocaine, and stick them back in again.
Serenity Forge has just released a trailer for Luna's Wandering Stars, their first commercial release which is due out on March 25. It's a puzzle game set in space, and the developers have taken advantage of the setting to base the puzzles around the physics of gravity and mass.
Bold strategies are needed to identify the elusive particles that should make up most of the Universe's mass, say Mario Livio and Joe Silk.
Could Saul of Tarsus, blind about God for decades, blinded by God for three days, really see the invisible? Once those scales fell from his eyes, could he see the unseen? He wrote that "since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities - his eternal power and divine nature - have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, ... (more)
Time travel stories are one of the most polarizing things for film fans. They either love them, or they turn their noses up at them.
EFT Universe students can rejoice that one of the most significant breakthroughs, in terms of EFT techniques, will now be offered as a specialty workshop.