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2015/02/27 22:08
2015/02/27 22:08
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Share This article There is a new, super-accurate clock ticking away in National Laboratory for Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (KL FAMO) in Poland. Although, it’s not really ticking because...
2015/02/27 22:08
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2015/02/27 12:38
2015/02/27 12:38
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Swedish researcher may have discovered clues about dark matter A researcher at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden says he has found a way to explain the dark matter of the universe and his...
2015/02/26 12:39
2015/02/26 12:39
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An international team of researchers working at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has demonstrated that a bent silicon crystal can bend the paths of focused, very...
2015/02/26 07:17
2015/02/26 07:17
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Study at DESY’s X-ray source PETRA III points the way to higher energy yields Magnetic nanoparticles can increase the performance of solar cells made from polymers – provided the mix is right. This...
2015/02/25 10:24
2015/02/25 10:24
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Busker's Log, Part 1: Suck City Fri. Nov. 7, 5-6 p.m. Marion Square fountain at King and Calhoun streets I am the all-boring bummer of the world. I am the cruft of yesteryear, the rank amateur...
2015/02/25 08:41
2015/02/25 08:41
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Fabiola Gianotti, director-general-elect of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, spoke this week about the future of particle colliders and the discovery of the Higgs boson. Gianotti...
2015/02/23 02:59
2015/02/23 02:59
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The Department of Mechanical Engineering of National Engineering College, Kovilpatti, organised a two-day seminar on “Advances in Industrial Tribology” sponsored by the Board of Research in Nuclear...
2015/02/21 09:28
2015/02/21 09:28
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The Large Hadron Collider at the CERN where the Higgs boson was first discovered in 2012.Reuters Following its discovery first in 2012 at Cern's Hadron Collider, an international research team of...
2015/02/20 11:17
2015/02/20 11:17
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Researchers have long sought alternatives to morphine – a powerful and widely used painkiller – that curb its side effects, including dependency, nausea and dizziness. Now, an experiment at the...
2015/02/19 17:08
2015/02/19 17:08
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What's This?A composite image of the Large Hadron Collider created by a 3D artist The world's largest particle collider is gearing up for another run of smashing particles together at nearly the...
2015/02/19 15:42
2015/02/19 15:42
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... were hunting for a 'bump' in a very narrow range of data that could indicate dark photons interacting with muons -- but we do not see a signal of this dark photon," said Yasuyuki Akiba, one of the...
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2015/02/19 12:01
2015/02/19 12:01
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A mermaid enchants visitors to Brockwell Lido. All photos by Helen Murray The original, never-­built Fun Palace was a vision for one venue, free and welcoming to all, to house all arts and all...
2015/02/17 03:40
2015/02/17 03:40
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As a way of showcasing success stories in science, technology, engineering and math, the University of Houston-Victoria School of Arts and Sciences is starting a new lecture series. The STEM Lecture...
2015/02/15 13:59
2015/02/15 13:59
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For many the concept of time travel is nothing more than domain of science fiction writers and Hollywood movie magic, but what if you could experience the phenomenon for yourself, would that make you...
2015/02/13 07:17
2015/02/13 07:17
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A Fundamental Advance Has Big Implications for Making Chemistry More Efficient Scientists have used an X-ray laser at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to get the first...
2015/02/12 13:18
2015/02/12 13:18
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Technique Could Allow Study of Viral Infections, Cell Division and Photosynthesis in New Detail Researchers working at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have captured...
2015/02/11 14:39
2015/02/11 14:39
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A new experiment conducted at the University of California at Berkeley used quantum information techniques for a precision test of a cornerstone principle of physics, namely Lorentz invariance. This...
2015/02/10 03:20
2015/02/10 03:20
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Hi. My name is Isvari (pronounced eesh-wah-ree). I recently joined The Washington Times and this week will begin writing the new column “Muse on News.” Why I’m writing is simple. Most teen-agers...
2015/02/08 16:42
2015/02/08 16:42
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By Dr. Mark G. Jackson, founder of Fiat Physica, a physics crowdfunding organization. A native of Portland, Oregon, he received his PhD in superstring cosmology from Columbia University in 2004. He...
2015/02/08 10:59
2015/02/08 10:59
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Learning across disciplines can help you broaden your perspectives. The disciplinary boundaries between the arts and sciences are set in stone in most Indian colleges, both literally and...
2015/02/27 22:08
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