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2014/08/29 13:39
2014/08/29 13:39
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Symmetry is one of the most fundamental concepts in nature, and it can give rise to profound and wide-reaching physical effects. A one-dimensional wire, for example, has a different symmetry and very...
2014/08/29 13:39
2014/08/29 13:39
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2014/08/27 13:28
2014/08/27 13:28
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The Art of Movement is a monthly show that highlights the most significant innovations in science and technology that are helping shape our modern world. (CNN) -- It's the Earth-orbiting research lab...
2014/08/27 12:08
2014/08/27 12:08
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Share This article The Fermi National Accelerator Lab near Chicago, once home to the historic Tevatron atom smasher, has a new toy: the Holometer. As its rather fancy name suggests, the Holometer is...
2014/08/25 17:21
2014/08/25 17:21
5d
Physics is COOL! Molecules chilled to coldest temperature ever recorded at 2.5 thousandths of a degree above absolute zero Scientists at Yale University have created the world's coldest...
2014/08/25 07:12
2014/08/25 07:12
5d
The Guardian's science blog network hosts talented writers who are experts in their fields, from mathematics, Particle physics and astronomy to neuroscience, science policy and psychology. By giving...
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2014/08/24 07:12
2014/08/24 07:12
6d
In 2012, I crossed the finish line in my A-level studies: no easy feat while working part time at Topshop. I’d stay after school to clock in a few hours of revision in Particle physics, then start the...
2014/08/22 10:39
2014/08/22 10:39
8d
New University of Adelaide Future Fellow Dr Martin White is starting a research project that has the potential to redirect the experiments of thousands of physicists around the world who are trying to...
2014/08/22 09:19
2014/08/22 09:19
8d
SLAC Experiment Reveals Mysterious Order in Liquid Helium An experiment at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory revealed a well-organized 3-D grid of quantum "tornadoes"...
2014/08/21 16:42
2014/08/21 16:42
9d
The tiny titans in question are bits of strontium monofluoride, dropped to 2.5 thousandths of a degree above absolute zero through a laser cooling and isolating process called magneto-optical trapping...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/08/21 02:02
2014/08/21 02:02
9d
... suddenly realize that you and your colleagues know something that no one else does… and that it is important. You’re lucky if it happens once in a lifetime. I’ve been super-lucky.” -Leon...
2014/08/20 15:47
2014/08/20 15:47
10d
Gina and Amanda are not a comedy duo, but two 17-year-old Greek girls who emigrated to Australia with their families and are turning heads with their talent in the natural sciences. Diaspora...
2014/08/20 02:42
2014/08/20 02:42
10d
RHIC is one of just two places in the world where scientists can create and study a primordial soup of unbound quarks and gluons -- akin to what existed in the early universe some 14 billion years...
2014/08/19 07:17
2014/08/19 07:17
11d
By Gail Wilson A new search for dark matter will soon be underway after a second generation experiment was selected by US funding agencies. Most physicists believe that dark matter particles make up...
2014/08/17 07:29
2014/08/17 07:29
13d
... Mary Shenk thought helping solve an unexplained phenomenon about life's basic building blocks seemed like the best way to spend her summer. Shenk, a 33-year-old Northern Illinois University...
2014/08/15 11:28
2014/08/15 11:28
15d
The distorted shapes in the cluster show galaxies from which the light is bent by an invisible material called dark matter(Nasa) Astrophysicists have discovered an unusual signal through the analysis...
2014/08/14 12:01
2014/08/14 12:01
16d
Winchester college students celebrate A level success left to right: Rachael Walker, Acacia Hayles, Clare Collins, Rachel Rees and Sarah Attrill. THERE were tears of joy, moments of shock and even a...
2014/08/14 11:39
2014/08/14 11:39
16d
What causes a proton to spin? This fundamental question has been a longstanding mystery in Particle physics, although it was once thought that the answer would be fairly straightforward: The spin of a...
2014/08/13 00:00
2014/08/13 00:00
17d
How exactly did the Big Bang take place? What happened directly after it? And was there anything before it? They're topics most people struggle to wrap their heads around, but they're the big...
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2014/08/12 20:43
2014/08/12 20:43
17d
Now, a group of scientists led by a physics professor with the College of Science at Virginia Tech are asking whether the neutrino could provide the world with clues about nuclear proliferation in...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/08/12 13:31
2014/08/12 13:31
18d
... Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Several processes typically limit how quickly black holes can grow, so how did those located at the ends of the universe come to have masses equal...
2014/08/29 13:39
2014/08/29 13:39
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