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laser

Laser Bursts Generate Electricity Faster Than Any Other Method

Take a glass thread a thousand times thinner than a human hair. Use it as a wire between two metals. Hit it with a...
thermoelectrics

Turning up the Heat on Thermoelectrics

Imagine being able to power your car partly from the heat that its engine gives off. Or what if you could get a portion...
quantum materials

The Apparent Inner Calm of Quantum Materials

The transitions between different phases of matter are part of our everyday life: the freezing water thus passes from the liquid state to the...
electronic structure

Free the Electron to Better Trap It

Atoms are formed of electrons around a central core to which they are linked. Electrons can also be torn-ionized-from their nucleus using the powerful electric...
Cosmological Theoryvideo

Stephen Hawking and Thomas Hertog Propose a New Cosmological Theory

Stephen Hawking's last paper, co-authored by Thomas Hertog, does away with the infinite multiverse and predicts a simpler and finite universe. Find out more...
robotic birds

Robots Flying like Birds

The first robotic birds, like the Robird® that was developed at the University of Twente, are flying and operational right now. Still, taking off and landing...
Organic light-emitting diodes

Making Monitors Brighter: Researchers in Bayreuth Discover a Way to Control...

Polymers with a backbone: spatial structures determine the colour of light Polymers that are well-suited for use in organic light-emitting diodes play a central role in...
tantalum disulfide

Similar Charges are Attracted to Each Other

Professor Petr Karpov and Serguei Brazovskii, both researchers at NUST MISIS, have managed to develop a theory which explains the mechanism of the latent state formation in layered tantalum...
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Predicting the Impact of Global Warming on Disease Proliferation

Scientists have devised a method for predicting how rising global temperatures are likely to affect the severity of diseases mediated by parasites. Their method...
dark matter

Harvey Meyer Is Awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for Fundamental Calculations...

Particle physicist Professor Harvey Meyer of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) has received a grant from the European Research Council supporting his research on...
neutron

Neutron-Star Merger Yields New Puzzle for Astrophysicists

The afterglow from the distant neutron-star merger detected last August has continued to brighten – much to the surprise of astrophysicists studying the aftermath...
Zimmer's conjecture

International Workshop to Recognize IU Mathematician’s Breakthrough Work on ‘Zimmer’s Conjecture’

A major mathematical breakthrough led by an Indiana University Bloomington professor will be the subject of an international conference this month in California. IU mathematician David...
semiconductor

Study Reveals Secrets of ‘Fluid-Like’ Heat Flow in Solid Semiconductor at...

Researchers are applying the same “hydrodynamic transport model” used to study flow in fluids to explain heat transport in a solid semiconductor, with potential...
quantum physics

Quantum Physics Turned into Tangible Reality

The usual procedure goes like this: you have a complex physical system and attempt to explain its behaviour through as simple a model as...
computer models

What’s a Mind Without a Body? New Research Adds Physiology to...

Though computers are becoming better programmed to process information like our brains do, the power of the human mind is unmatched. But what’s the...
machine learning

Machine Learning Provides a Bridge to the Texture of the Quantum...

The Science Does it conduct electricity? Or insulate against electricity? Physicists commonly classify material phases as one or the other. Machine learning is a powerful...
quantum bits

What’s the Noise Eating Quantum Bits?

The Science Super powerful quantum computing relies on quantum bits, aka qubits, which are the equivalent of the classical bits used in today’s computers. SQUIDs...
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A Simplified Formulation of Lattice Gauge Theories for Applications in Particle...

It is not the daily occurrence that physicists from entirely different fields closely work together. However, in theoretical physics a general ansatz can offer...
quantum hall

Leaving Flatland – Quantum Hall Physics in 4D

In literature, the potential existence of extra dimensions was discussed in Edwin Abbott’s satirical novel “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions” (1884), portraying the...
robotvideo

Killer Robots, Free Will and the Illusion of Control

Control. We all like to think we have it, but is it all just an illusion? It might seem like a very existential question...