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Shocking Pressures

2015-01-27 23:00:00

A two-step scheme for inertial confinement fusion generates gigabar shock pressures in a fuel target.

Published Tue Jan 27, 2015

 
 
Cool and Heavy

2015-01-26 23:00:00

A new scheme for cooling a mechanical oscillator in a cavity may allow the observation of quantum effects on macroscopic objects and the realization of ultrasensitive gravitational-wave detectors.

Published Mon Jan 26, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.8
 
 
Waste Disposal in Aquatic Embryos

2015-01-26 23:00:00

Protrusions on the surfaces of developing aquatic embryos may ensure that waste and toxins are effectively transported away from the organism.

Published Mon Jan 26, 2015

 
 
Cool and Heavy

2015-01-26 23:00:00

Author(s): Lin Tian

A new scheme for cooling a mechanical oscillator in a cavity may allow the observation of quantum effects on macroscopic objects and the realization of ultrasensitive gravitational-wave detectors.


[Physics 8, 8] Published Mon Jan 26, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.8
 
 
Waste Disposal in Aquatic Embryos

2015-01-26 23:00:00

Protrusions on the surfaces of developing aquatic embryos may ensure that waste and toxins are effectively transported away from the organism.
[Physics] Published Mon Jan 26, 2015

 
 
Big Twist for Electron Beam

2015-01-23 23:00:00

Author(s): Don Monroe

Researchers generated an electron beam with very high orbital angular momentum—potentially good for atomic-scale images of the magnetism in materials.


[Physics 8, 7] Published Fri Jan 23, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.7
 
 
Big Twist for Electron Beam

2015-01-23 23:00:00

Researchers generated an electron beam with very high orbital angular momentum—potentially good for atomic-scale images of the magnetism in materials.
Published Fri Jan 23, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.7
 
 
A Black Hole for Polaritons

2015-01-22 23:00:00

The flow of hybrid electron-photon states through a black-hole-like “acoustic horizon” may produce an observable signature of Hawking radiation.

Published Thu Jan 22, 2015

 
 
A Black Hole for Polaritons

2015-01-22 23:00:00

The flow of hybrid electron-photon states through a black-hole-like “acoustic horizon” may produce an observable signature of Hawking radiation.
[Physics] Published Thu Jan 22, 2015

 
 
How to Spot a WIMP

2015-01-21 23:00:00

A theoretical study outlines the best strategies for identifying weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) in dark matter detectors.
[Physics] Published Wed Jan 21, 2015

 
 
How to Spot a WIMP

2015-01-21 23:00:00

A theoretical study outlines the best strategies for identifying weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) in dark matter detectors.

Published Wed Jan 21, 2015

 
 
Do Quantum Superpositions Have a Size Limit?

2015-01-20 23:00:00

An atom’s walk in an optical lattice is used to test a key principle of quantum physics.

Published Tue Jan 20, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.6
 
 
Do Quantum Superpositions Have a Size Limit?

2015-01-20 23:00:00

Author(s): George C. Knee

An atom’s walk in an optical lattice is used to test a key principle of quantum physics.


[Physics 8, 6] Published Tue Jan 20, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.6
 
 
Model Demonstrates Cause of Heart Arrhythmia

2015-01-16 23:00:00

Author(s): Philip Ball

A simple model of heart tissue that represents the architecture of cell-cell communication more realistically than previous models spontaneously develops faulty electrical waves that mimic a dangerous heart condition.


[Physics 8, 5] Published Fri Jan 16, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.5
 
 
Model Demonstrates Cause of Heart Arrhythmia

2015-01-16 23:00:00

A simple model of heart tissue that represents the architecture of cell-cell communication more realistically than previous models spontaneously develops faulty electrical waves that mimic a dangerous heart condition.
Published Fri Jan 16, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.5
 
 
It’s All in the Sequence

2015-01-15 23:00:00

The sequence of amino acids in certain biomolecules could be a factor in ensuring that they remain free of knots.

Published Thu Jan 15, 2015

 
 
It’s All in the Sequence

2015-01-15 23:00:00

The sequence of amino acids in certain biomolecules could be a factor in ensuring that they remain free of knots.
[Physics] Published Thu Jan 15, 2015

 
 
A Cavity Just for Two

2015-01-14 23:00:00

Two groups have independently isolated two atoms in a single cavity and measured that the collective light output is not simply the sum of single emitters.
[Physics] Published Wed Jan 14, 2015

 
 
A Cavity Just for Two

2015-01-14 23:00:00

Two groups have independently isolated two atoms in a single cavity and measured that the collective light output is not simply the sum of single emitters.

Published Wed Jan 14, 2015

 
 
Have Water, Will Charge

2015-01-13 23:00:00

Two identical insulators can become charged by touching each other in the presence of an electric field and sufficient humidity.

Published Tue Jan 13, 2015

 
 
Have Water, Will Charge

2015-01-13 23:00:00

Two identical insulators can become charged by touching each other in the presence of an electric field and sufficient humidity.
[Physics] Published Tue Jan 13, 2015

 
 
Orbital Engineering, By Design

2015-01-12 23:00:00

Author(s): Scott A. Chambers

In transition-metal oxides, the ability to control which atomic orbitals are occupied by electrons could be used to develop materials with new functionalities.


[Physics 8, 4] Published Mon Jan 12, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.4
 
 
Orbital Engineering, By Design

2015-01-12 23:00:00

In transition-metal oxides, the ability to control which atomic orbitals are occupied by electrons could be used to develop materials with new functionalities.

Published Mon Jan 12, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.4
 
 
Why Language Exceptions Remain the Rule

2015-01-09 23:00:00

Interaction among speakers of a language may explain why frequently used verbs tend to remain irregular even as language evolves over generations.

Published Fri Jan 09, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.3
 
 
Why Language Exceptions Remain the Rule

2015-01-09 23:00:00

Author(s): Michael Schirber

Interaction among speakers of a language may explain why frequently used verbs tend to remain irregular even as language evolves over generations.


[Physics 8, 3] Published Fri Jan 09, 2015

doi:10.1103/Physics.8.3
 
 
Whence Antineutrinos?

2015-01-08 23:00:00

Theorists suggest which fission fragments should be experimentally characterized to better understand antineutrino emission in nuclear reactors.
[Physics] Published Thu Jan 08, 2015

 
 
Whence Antineutrinos?

2015-01-08 23:00:00

Theorists suggest which fission fragments should be experimentally characterized to better understand antineutrino emission in nuclear reactors.

Published Thu Jan 08, 2015

 
 
Magnetic Graphene

2015-01-07 23:00:00

Placing graphene on an insulating magnetic substrate can make the material ferromagnetic without disturbing its exceptional conductivity.

Published Wed Jan 07, 2015

 
 
Magnetic Graphene

2015-01-07 23:00:00

Placing graphene on an insulating magnetic substrate can make the material ferromagnetic without disturbing its exceptional conductivity.
[Physics] Published Wed Jan 07, 2015

 
 
Thinner Stealth Coatings

2015-01-06 23:00:00

Antireflective acoustic coatings for hiding submarines and other watercraft could be made much thinner than those in use today.
[Physics] Published Tue Jan 06, 2015

 
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