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  1. Physicists predict fano resonance in lead-free relaxors: Discovery...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    Scientists predicts that a phenomenon known in physics as Fano resonance can exist in materials that are used in electronic devices. The discovery advances the fundamental understanding of ferroelectric relaxors, which were discovered in the early 1960s but whose properties are still poorly understood.

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  2. Enabling The Next Generation Of Terahertz DevicesRead the original story

    Tuesday | RF Globalnet

    ... Razeghi and her team have developed such a system, according to a recent study published by the team in Applied Physics Letters . The new single-component device is capable of producing a tunable frequency range from 2.6 to 4.2 terahertz at room ...

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  3. U.S. Particle Physics Program Aims for the FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Scientific American

    ... European research is ascendant while U.S. research is falling behind. While there is no argument that U.S. particle physics budgets have shrunk over the past decade, it is also inarguable that America is still huge player in this fascinating ...

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  4. Breakthrough in flexible electronics enabled by inorganic-based laser lift-offRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    ... cell as well as a light-emitting diode, converting energy between Scientists predicts that a phenomenon known in physics as Fano resonance can exist in materials that are used in electronic devices. The discovery advances the fundamental ...

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  5. New device may ease mammography discomfortRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    ... extra radiation dose," said Woutjan Branderhorst, Ph.D., researcher in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Physics at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam. Overall, adjustments in force can lead to substantial variation in the amount of ...

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  6. Small modifications to tractor-trailers could save billions of gallons of gasoline each yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    ... cell as well as a light-emitting diode, converting energy between Scientists predicts that a phenomenon known in physics as Fano resonance can exist in materials that are used in electronic devices. The discovery advances the fundamental ...

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  7. Climate control in termite moundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    ... for passive human architecture," said King. The above story is based on materials provided by American Institute of Physics (AIP) . Note: Materials may be edited for content and length. American Institute of Physics (AIP). "Climate control in ...

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  8. Better forecasts for sea ice under climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | EurekAlert!

    ... the extent of Antarctic sea ice and over-predicting the extent in the Arctic. Our research will lead to better physics in climate models and hopefully help answer these questions (among others). Dr Luke Bennetts Research Fellow School of ...

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  9. On Native GroundTHE Morrill Act at 150: Making Higher Education Available to AllRead the original story

    Jul 5, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... 1989 Pons-Fleischmann experiments with "cold fusion," and has been working tirelessly since then to both explain the physics and, based on that, build a low-cost, non-radiating, non-polluting and easily rechargeable source of power for individual ...

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  10. LHC's 'Heart' Starts Pumping Protons Ahead of 2015 RestartRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2012 | How Stuff Works

    ... Switzerland, have a big announcement. But will it be the announcement we've all been waiting for? In typical quantum physics style, a definite discovery announcement will be unlikely -- but we are slowly, yet surely, closing in on the particle's ...

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  11. BreakthroughAT Last, Hydrino Reactors are Conclusively ValidatedRead the original story

    May 23, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... said. The production of more energy than is input in any process has long been thought to violate hallowed laws of physics that say no process can create more energy than is used to produce it. The NASA work suggests that the energy is transformed, ...

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  12. The Physics of Artist Jackson PollockRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2010 | Science Daily

    ... hydrodynamic instabilities in water color paintings." American Physical Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics. "The physics of artist Jackson Pollock." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 24 November 2014.

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  13. Twitter Users Snicker at Ezra Klein Finding Darren Wilson's Story 'Unbelievable'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NewsBusters.org

    ... Ezra, Michael Brown would already have been a studious college student majoring in theology or perhaps quantum physics. Guys! Ezra Klein applies his experiences on the mean streets to tell you it couldn't have gone down the way cop says. ...

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  14. Astrophysicist says wormholes of 'Interstellar' unlikely to existRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | UPI

    ... "But there are very strong indications that wormholes that a human could travel through are forbidden by the laws of physics. That's sad, that's unfortunate, but that's the direction in which things are pointing." Wormholes -- a component of ...

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  15. Getting to Know W. Brent LindquistRead the original story

    Tuesday | Newswise

    ... I went to the University of Manitoba. I got my degree in what they refer to in the Canadian system as honors physics. The Canadian system at that time was very British oriented; with three-year general university degrees and four-year honors ...

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  16. Physicists and chemists work to improve digital memory technologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ECNmag

    Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 24, 2104 -- The improvements in random access memory that have driven many advances of the digital age owe much to the innovative application of physics and chemistry at the atomic scale. Accordingly, a team led by University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers has employed a Nobel Prize-winning material and common household chemical to enhance the properties of a component primed for the next generation of high-speed, high-capacity RAM.

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  17. ASU, IBM move DNA sequencing technology a step closer to realityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ECNmag

    A team of scientists from Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute and IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center have developed a prototype DNA reader that could make whole genome profiling an everyday practice in medicine. "Our goal is to put cheap, simple and powerful DNA and protein diagnostic devices into every single doctor's office," said Stuart Lindsay, an ASU physics professor and director of Biodesign's Center for Single Molecule Biophysics.

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  18. ASU, IBM Move Ultrafast, Low-Cost DNA...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | RedOrbit

    ... and powerful DNA and protein diagnostic devices into every single doctor's office," said Stuart Lindsay, an ASU physics professor and director of Biodesign's Center for Single Molecule Biophysics. Such technology could help usher in the age of ...

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  19. 'Space-Time Versus the Quantum'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Edhat

    ... as well as wormholes, black holes and the fifth dimension - topics dear to Joseph Polchinski's heart. A professor of physics and a permanent member of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Polchinski was named UC Santa Barbara's 2014 Faculty ...

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  20. Einstein Meets PicassoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New Haven Independent

    ... energy equals mass times the speed of light. Squared. Robbie Tann's explanation, in an exclusive interview with a physics-challenged Independent reporter, unfolded in the green room at the Long Wharf Theater, where he and co-star Grayson Dejesus ...

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