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10.08.2022
19:20 Nature.Com Quantum cascade of correlated phases in trigonally warped bilayer graphene

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19:20 Nature.Com On yoctosecond science

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19:16 Nature.com (news) Quantum cascade of correlated phases in trigonally warped bilayer graphene

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19:16 Nature.com (news) On yoctosecond science

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19:13 Phys.org 'Eternal engine' inspires the next generation of ultraprecise atomic clocks

UK scientists have created an "eternal engine" to keep the next generation of atomic clock ticking.

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18:33 Phys.org Ultracold atoms dressed by light simulate gauge theories

Our modern understanding of the physical world is based on gauge theories: mathematical models from theoretical physics that describe the interactions between elementary particles (such as electrons or quarks) and explain quantum mechanically three of the fundamental forces of nature: the electromagnetic, weak, and strong forces. The fourth fundamental force, gravity, is described by Einstein's theory of general relativity, which, while not yet understood in the quantum regime, is also a gauge theory. Gauge theories can also be used to explain the exotic quantum behavior of electrons in certain materials or the error correction codes that future quantum computers will need to work reliably, and are the workhorse of modern physics.

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18:31 Physics.Aps.org Identifying a Galactic Particle Accelerator

Author(s): Marric StephensAn analysis of 12 years of gamma-ray observations has allowed researchers to pinpoint a Galactic source of high-energy cosmic rays. [Physics 15, s106] Published Wed Aug 10, 2022

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17:23 Phys.org Higgs10: Inventing the future of Higgs research

In 1975, three CERN theorists, John Ellis, Mary K. Gaillard and Dimitri Nanopoulos, undertook the first comprehensive study of the collider phenomenology of the Higgs boson. Almost 40 years later, it was discovered at the LHC. Now, ten years on, might we have such long-term foresight in anticipating the varied paths that future Higgs research may follow?

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16:43 Phys.org New quantum whirlpools with tetrahedral symmetries discovered in a superfluid

An international collaboration of scientists has created and observed an entirely new class of vortices—the whirling masses of fluid or air.

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15:57 Optics and Photonics News Neutral Atoms Yield the Fastest Two-Qubit Gate Yet

Demonstration involving Rydberg atoms paves the way to scalable quantum computers, researchers say.

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14:22 Sens.Org Electrochemical quantification of sulfamethoxazole antibiotic in environmental water using zeolitic imidazolate framework (ZIF)-derived single-atom cobalt catalyst in nitrogen-doped carbon nanostructures

Sens. Diagn.DOI: 10.1039/D2SD00117A, Paper Open Access   This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported Licence.Qingyu Gu, Zhongxue Wang, Qianwen Ding, Huiling Li, Ping Wu, Chenxin CaiAn electrochemical sensor based on single-atom cobalt-anchored nitrogen-doped carbon catalysts (Co/N‒C SACs), synthesized by pyrolyzing zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (Co-ZIF-8), was constructed to quantify sulfamethoxazole (SMX), a member of the sulfonamide...The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry

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13:17 Space.com The James Webb Space Telescope makes stunning images thanks to these engineering solutions

A group of engineers was tasked with designing a space telescope that would change the way we see our universe. Just one problem: much of the technology they would need didn't exist.

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12:43 Nanowerk.com Scientists improve the power output of triboelectric nanogenerators with carbon particles

Mesoporous carbon spheres facilitate charge transport and high surface charge densities in triboelectric nanogenerators for a 1300-fold higher output current.

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12:43 Nanowerk.com Physicists switch magnetic state using spin current

Researchers show proof of concept that running an electrical current through a novel two-dimensional material could control the magnetic state of a neighboring magnetic material without the need of applying an external magnetic field.

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09:03 AzoNano.com To Kill a Quasiparticle: A Quantum Whodunit

In large systems of interacting particles in quantum mechanics, an intriguing phenomenon often emerges: groups of particles begin to behave like single particles. Physicists refer to such groups of...

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09.08.2022
21:03 Phys.org Scientists improve the power output of triboelectric nanogenerators with carbon particles

Most of us have felt the shock from static electricity by touching a metallic object after putting on a sweater or walking across a carpet. This occurs as a result of charge build-up whenever two dissimilar materials (such as our body and the fabric) come in contact with each other.

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20:13 Phys.org In control of chaos to engineer high-entropy ceramics

Nature strives for chaos. That's a nice, comforting phrase when yet another coffee cup has toppled over the computer keyboard and you imagine you could wish the sugary, milky brew back into the coffee cup—where it had been just seconds before. But wishing won't work. Because, as mentioned, nature strives for chaos.

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19:23 AzoNano.com Nanoporous MXene Films Improve Ion Transport in Flexible Micro-Supercapacitor

Micro-supercapacitors (MSCs) with a high energy density and a nearly indefinite lifespan can be incorporated into electrical components as power sources. However, the inferior capacitance per unit...

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19:23 Technology.org How Does Gravity Energy Storage Work? (Video)

It is possible to store energy in a so-called gravity battery. When you hear this name, the first

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19:23 Phys.org Physicists switch magnetic state using spin current

When Carnegie Mellon University doctoral candidates I-Hsuan Kao and Ryan Muzzio started working together a switch flicked on. Then off.

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18:31 Physics.Aps.org Quantum Thermal Transistor Amplifies Heat Currents

Author(s): Rachel BerkowitzA three-qubit transistor design offers a way to manipulate the system’s heat flow by hitting one of the qubits with a laser.   [Physics 15, s103] Published Tue Aug 09, 2022

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18:23 Phys.org The experimental observation of long-lived phantom helix states in Heisenberg quantum magnets

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms, Harvard University and Stanford University have recently unveiled the existence of unique helical spin states in Heisenberg quantum magnets. Their observations, published in a paper in Nature Physics, could have important implications for the simulation of spin-related physical processes and dynamics in quantum many-body systems.

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17:37 Space.com See James Webb Space Telescope's incredible reach into the universe (video)

Zoom in to see the incredible Cartwheel Galaxy, which is 500 million light-years away from us.

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17:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions New binary black hole mergers in the LIGO-Virgo O3a data

Author(s): Seth Olsen, Tejaswi Venumadhav, Jonathan Mushkin, Javier Roulet, Barak Zackay, and Matias ZaldarriagaThe present paper applies a refined detection pipeline to publicly available LIGO-Virgo data from the first half of the third observing run (O3a) to identify new binary black hole (BBH) mergers. The study adds ten new BBH mergers to existing catalogs and provides further evidence for the significance level of previously identified events. The new events display interesting new features that include unexplored ranges of the effective spin and mass ratio, they challenge aspects of stellar collapse models, and have implications for BBH formation channels and black hole mass gaps. [Phys. Rev. D 106, 043009] Published Tue Aug 09, 2022

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16:07 Photonics.com Optical Tweezing Resolves Pivotal Bottleneck in Quantum Computing

A research team in Japan’s Institute for Molecular Science (IMS), National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) has executed a two-qubit gate — a fundamental operation for quantum computing — that operates in just 6.5 ns. The team believes that its advancement is poised to support a next wave of success in ultrafast quantum computing. Ultrafast quantum computing that relies on lasers to manipulate cold atoms trapped with optical tweezers is expected to support a quantum computer architecture that breaks through the limitations of the superconducting and trapped-ion types currently in development, the researchers said. Cold-atom quantum computers are based on laser cooling and trapping techniques, which...

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15:33 Phys.org Three papers highlight results of record 1.3 megajoule yield experiment

After decades of inertial confinement fusion research, a yield of more than 1.3 megajoules (MJ) was achieved at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL's) National Ignition Facility (NIF) for the first time on Aug. 8, 2021, putting researchers at the threshold of fusion gain and achieving scientific ignition.

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14:07 Photonics.com Durable Multicore Waveguides Herald Optimized Quantum Photonic Chips

A fabrication technique developed by researchers at the University of Oxford enabled the rapid production of waveguides in a chip with precisely controlled 3D cross sections that exhibited changing behavior along the waveguide. The waveguides were demonstrated with very low losses and show promise for the design of photonic and/or quantum chips. Among the basic components of PICs are micron-scale optical waveguides. The elements are analogous to the semiconductor diodes of conventional electronic integrated circuits. Due to limitations in fabrication, the optical waveguides are limited to two-dimensional square, elliptic, and circular cross-section architectures. Current options are limited in the production of these waveguides to...

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08.08.2022
20:33 Phys.org How calcium ions get into the cellular power stations of plants

Calcium is a very special nutrient. In the cells of most living beings calcium ions function as so-called second messengers to transmit important signals. The same applies equally to animal, plant and fungal cells. Through collaboration of several research institutes at a national and international level, members of the "Plant Energy Biology" working group at Münster University, led by Prof. Markus Schwarzländer, and of the team led by Prof. Alex Costa at the University of Milan, have now identified the molecular machinery which enables calcium ions to be taken up into the mitochondria of plant cells—and that this form of transport plays an important role in their response to being touched. The study has now been published in the journal The Plant Cell.

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19:31 Physics.Aps.org Fusion Turns Up the Heat

Author(s): Matthew ZepfA laser-fusion scheme has achieved ignition—an important step on the road to energy production. [Physics 15, 67] Published Mon Aug 08, 2022

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18:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Design of an inertial fusion experiment exceeding the Lawson criterion for ignition

Author(s): A. L. Kritcher et al.A 2021 inertial fusion experiment at the National Ignition Facility exceeded the so-called Lawson criterion for ignition. This paper describes the key design changes that made this achievement possible. [Phys. Rev. E 106, 025201] Published Mon Aug 08, 2022

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18:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Lawson Criterion for Ignition Exceeded in an Inertial Fusion Experiment

Author(s): H. Abu-Shawareb et al. (Indirect Drive ICF Collaboration)A laser-fusion scheme has achieved ignition—an important step on the road to energy production. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 075001] Published Mon Aug 08, 2022

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18:20 Nature.Com Particle physicists want to build the world’s first muon collider

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18:16 Nature.com (news) Particle physicists want to build the world’s first muon collider

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18:03 Phys.org Researchers develop the world's fastest two-qubit gate between two single atoms

A research group led by graduate student Yeelai Chew, Assistant Professor Sylvain de Léséleuc and Professor Kenji Ohmori at the Institute for Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, is using atoms cooled to almost absolute zero and trapped in optical tweezers separated by a micron or so (see Fig. 1). By manipulating the atoms with a special laser light for 10 picoseconds, they succeeded in executing the world's fastest two-qubit gate, a fundamental operation essential for quantum computing, which operates in just 6.5 nanoseconds.

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17:53 AzoNano.com Nanoporous Particles Behind Boost to ASSLIBs Cycle Stability

Stress relaxation due to structural fluctuations in silicon (Si) is critical for its application in lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). In an article published in the Journal of the Electrochemical...

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07.08.2022
12:03 Technology.org When Particles Move

Landslides are one striking example of erosion. When the bonds that hold particles of dirt and rock together

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05.08.2022
17:03 Phys.org Simulating infinitely many chaotic particles using a quantum computer

A team of researchers at Google's Quantinuum, working with a colleague at the University of Texas, Austin, has developed a way to simulate infinitely many chaotic particles using a quantum computer running with a limited number of qubits. In their paper published in the journal Nature Physics, the group describes their technique.

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17:03 Phys.org Researchers report solar energetic particle event observed by China's Tianwen-1 mission

Researchers from the Institute of Modern Physics (IMP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and their collaborators have reported a solar energetic particle (SEP) event observed by the Mars Energetic Particle Analyzer (MEPA) carried on China's Tianwen-1 (TW-1) spacecraft. As the first scientific report based on MEPA, the paper was published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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11:23 Technology.org Lab researchers win top award for machine learning-based approach to ICF experiments

The IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) announced a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) team as the winner of its 2022

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11:20 NewScientist.Com Can we build a quantum clock that is entirely quantum?

Quantum clocks are normally controlled by a classical control system, but to build things like tiny quantum drones that fly around delivering molecules we'll need a fully quantum approach

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11:20 NewScientist.Com Quantum computers would be better at Wordle than classical ones

A player using a quantum algorithm will win the codebreaking game Mastermind, which has the same underlying principles as Wordle, more often and in fewer moves than someone using a classical algorithm

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00:22 UniverseToday.Com Did you Want More Scientific Information About the First set of Images From JWST? Fill Your Boots

A new paper describes all the science that went into the James Webb Early Release Observations (ERO). The post Did you Want More Scientific Information About the First set of Images From JWST? Fill Your Boots appeared first on Universe Today.

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04.08.2022
23:23 Technology.org Smart lighting system based on quantum dots more accurately reproduces daylight

Researchers have designed smart, color-controllable white light devices from quantum dots – tiny semiconductors just a few billionths

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20:03 Technology.org Explosive neutron star merger captured for first time in millimeter light

Scientists have recorded millimeter-wavelength light from a fiery explosion caused by the merger of a neutron star with

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19:43 Phys.org First studies with Quantum Machine Learning at LHCb

The LHCb experiment at CERN recently announced the first proton-proton collisions at a world-record energy with its brand-new detector designed to cope with much more demanding data-taking conditions.

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19:37 ScienceNews.org The Windchime experiment could use gravity to hunt for dark matter ‘wind’

Though decades away, the project hopes to use an array of ultrasensitive sensors as a “wind chime,” jostled by dark matter blowing past Earth.

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19:30 NewScientist.Com Quantum computer can simulate infinitely many chaotic particles

Using just a handful of quantum bits, researchers have used a quantum computer to simulate an infinite line of electron-like particles. The technique could be used to better understand the behaviour of molecules in materials

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18:31 Physics.Aps.org Addressing

Author(s): Michael SchirberThe ATLAS Collaboration has detected triple -boson production—a rare event that could eventually offer signs of new physics.  [Physics 15, s105] Published Thu Aug 04, 2022

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18:20 NewScientist.Com Why general relativity is known as a background independent theory

Space-time isn't expanding into anything because general relativity is what we call a background independent theory. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein sets out to explain what this means

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18:04 World-Nuclear-News.org ITER fusion project gets power supply equipment delivery from Russia

The 25th batch of electrical equipment has been delivered, in 14 trailers, to the construction site of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor in the south of France.

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18:03 Phys.org Optimizing SWAP networks for quantum computing

A research partnership at the Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Chicago-based Super.tech (acquired by ColdQuanta in May 2022) demonstrated how to optimize the execution of the ZZ SWAP network protocol, important to quantum computing. The team also introduced a new technique for quantum error mitigation that will improve the network protocol's implementation in quantum processors. The experimental data was published this July in Physical Review Research, adding more pathways in the near term to implement quantum algorithms using gate-based quantum computing.

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18:03 Phys.org Exceeding 100 percent quantum efficiency in the photocurrent of a hybrid inorganic-organic semiconductor

Tiny crystals, known as quantum dots, have enabled an international team to achieve a quantum efficiency exceeding 100 percent in the photocurrent generated in a hybrid inorganic-organic semiconductor.

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17:36 QuantaMagazine.org At Long Last, Mathematical Proof That Black Holes Are Stable

The solutions to Einstein’s equations that describe a spinning black hole won’t blow up, even when poked or prodded. The post At Long Last, Mathematical Proof That Black Holes Are Stable first appeared on Quanta Magazine

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17:27 CosmosMagazine.com Quantum dots — a bright idea for achieving more natural lighting

Finding a more natural light might take a big step forward with quantum dots. LED (Light-emitting diode) technology has brought about a revolution in lighting — particularly in terms of efficiency and colour. But there’s still daylight between what traditional LEDs can produce and what we get when we step outside into the sun. They […]

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17:23 Phys.org Unlocking the recipe for designer magnetic particles for next generation computing technologies

Traditional computing is increasingly being replaced by artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to achieve pattern recognition capabilities across many domains, including healthcare, manufacturing and personal computing. The increasing complexity of "neural networks" required for AI capabilities causes an exponential rise in energy consumption. In the face of ever-shrinking energy budgets, there is a growing need for data processing at the collection point, known as the edge, especially for real-time applications.

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16:33 AzoNano.com Smart, Color-Controllable White Light Devices from Quantum Dots can Dynamically Reproduce Daylight

Researchers have designed smart, colour-controllable white light devices from quantum dots – tiny semiconductors just a few billionths of a metre in size – which are more efficient and...

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16:23 Phys.org Even scientists can't keep up with all the newly discovered particles. Our new naming scheme could help

Physicists at Cern have discovered a plethora of new exotic particles being created in the collisions produced by the Large Hadron Collider over the past few years. So many have been found in fact, that our collaboration (LHCb), which has discovered 59 out of 66 recent particles, has come up with a new naming scheme to help us impose some order on the growing particle zoo

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16:17 Optics.org US team 3D-prints ‘nanostructured, high-entropy’ alloys

Such ultrastrong and ductile high-performance materials have applications in aerospace, medical industries.

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09:47 CosmosMagazine.com What do luminous space cows have to do with Einstein’s most famous equation and accelerating objects gaining mass?

Do accelerating objects gain mass? In the latest episode of the Huh? Science Explained podcast, Cosmos journalist Evrim Yazgin delves into the weird world of special relativity. Huh? Science Explained: the weekly podcast brought to you by LiSTNR and Cosmos Magazine where we answer all of life’s big and small questions in less than 10 minutes.

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09:37 CosmosMagazine.com What do luminous space cows have to do with Einstein’s most famous equation and accelerating objects gaining mass?

Is it true that an accelerating object gains mass? This is something you may have heard from someone who has watched a few too many YouTube videos trying to explain all of physics in under two minutes. Let’s start with the basics. What do we mean by “accelerating” and “mass”? Mass is how much stuff […]

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03.08.2022
23:23 Phys.org Neural networks and 'ghost' electrons accurately reconstruct behavior of quantum systems

Physicists are (temporarily) augmenting reality to crack the code of quantum systems.

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22:10 NewScientist.Com JWST has caught two galaxies smashing together and sparking starbursts

Two glittering galaxies 275 million light years away smash together and spur star formation in an amazing new image from the James Webb Space Telescope

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19:30 Nature.Com Strong yet ductile nanolamellar high-entropy alloys by additive manufacturing

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19:26 Nature.com (news) Strong yet ductile nanolamellar high-entropy alloys by additive manufacturing

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18:31 Physics.Aps.org Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments March On

Author(s): Sara BolognesiLong-baseline neutrino experiments are paving the way for the solution of two outstanding puzzles in neutrino physics—mass ordering and charge-parity violation. [Physics 15, 120] Published Wed Aug 03, 2022

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17:53 Phys.org Evidence of a new type of disordered quantum Wigner Solid

Physicists have been trying to determine the ground states of 2D electron systems at extremely low densities and temperatures for many decades now. The first theoretical predictions for these ground states were put forward by physicists Felix Bloch in 1929 and Eugene Wigner in 1934, both of whom suggested that interactions between electrons could lead to ground states that had never been observed before.

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17:33 Phys.org New materials research sees transformations at an atomic level

When manufacturing techniques turn metals, ceramics or composites into a technologically useful form, understanding the mechanism of the phase transformation process is essential to shape the behavior of those high-performance materials. Seeing those transformations in real time is difficult, however.

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17:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Improved measurement of neutrino oscillation parameters by the NOvA experiment

Author(s): M. A. Acero et al. (The NOvA Collaboration)Long-baseline neutrino experiments are paving the way for the solution of two outstanding puzzles in neutrino physics—mass ordering and charge-parity violation. [Phys. Rev. D 106, 032004] Published Wed Aug 03, 2022

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16:43 Nanowerk.com Out with a bang: Explosive neutron star merger captured for the first time in millimeter light

Scientists have for the first time recorded millimeter-wavelength light from a fiery explosion caused by the merger of a neutron star with another star. The team also confirmed this flash of light to be one of the most energetic short-duration gamma-ray bursts ever observed.

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16:33 Technology.org Stampede2 supercomputer helps find new properties of high-entropy alloys

When is something more than just the sum of its parts? Alloys show such synergy. Steel, for instance,

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16:03 Phys.org Explosive neutron star merger captured for the first time in millimeter light

Scientists using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA)—an international observatory co-operated by the U.S. National Science Foundation's National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO)—have for the first time recorded millimeter-wavelength light from a fiery explosion caused by the merger of a neutron star with another star. The team also confirmed this flash of light to be one of the most energetic short-duration gamma-ray bursts ever observed, leaving behind one of the most luminous afterglows on record. The results of the research will be published in an upcoming edition of The Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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14:23 Nanowerk.com Smart lighting system based on quantum dots more accurately reproduces daylight

Researchers have designed smart, colour-controllable white light devices from quantum dots, which are more efficient and have better colour saturation than standard LEDs, and can dynamically reproduce daylight conditions in a single light.

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12:03 Phys.org Smart lighting system based on quantum dots more accurately reproduces daylight

Researchers have designed smart, color-controllable white light devices from quantum dots—tiny semiconductors just a few billionths of a meter in size—which are more efficient and have better color saturation than standard LEDs, and can dynamically reproduce daylight conditions in a single light.

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11:23 AzoNano.com Nano in Size, Big on Sustainability and Performance Quantum Science Achieves Leading Device Performance for Lead-free SWIR

The leading UK-based nanomaterials innovator Quantum Science has launched INFIQ® lead-free (LF) – quantum dot (QD), a quantum dot technology that is lead-free, and continues to push the...

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10:43 Phys.org When particles move: A deep dive into the relationship between cohesion and erosion

Landslides are one striking example of erosion. When the bonds that hold particles of dirt and rock together are overwhelmed by a force—often in the form of water—sufficient to pull the rock and soil apart, that same force breaks the bonds with other rock and soil that hold them in place. Another type of erosion involves using a small air jet to remove dust from a surface. When the force of the turbulent air is strong enough to break the bonds that hold the individual dust particles, or grains, together and cause them to stick to the surface, that's erosion, too.

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09:37 CosmosMagazine.com The James Webb Space Telescope has captured the Cartwheel Galaxy in vivid pinks

A lenticular galaxy 500 million light years away has just been papped by everyone’s new favourite space telescope, and it looks incredible. Taken by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the new image of the Cartwheel Galaxy highlights the galaxy’s two rings — a bright inner ring and a surrounding, outer ring which looks a […]

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08:02 UniverseToday.Com JWST Turns Its Gaze on the Cartwheel Galaxy

The Cartwheel Galaxy, also known as ESO 350-40, is one disturbed-looking piece of cosmic real estate. To look at it now, especially in the latest JWST view, you’d never know it used to be a gorgeous spiral galaxy. That was before it got involved in a head-on collision with a companion. The encounter happened somewhere … Continue reading "JWST Turns Its Gaze on the Cartwheel Galaxy" The post JWST Turns Its Gaze on the Cartwheel Galaxy appeared first on Universe Today.

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04:20 NewScientist.Com JWST captures the most distant star ever seen in incredible detail

Astronomers have used the James Webb Space Telescope to take the most detailed image yet of Earendel, the most distant individual star we have ever seen

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03:05 Yahoo Science James Webb Space Telescope captures stunning images of Cartwheel Galaxy captured by the James Webb Space Telescope

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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00:45 Yahoo Science James Webb Space Telescope takes high-detail image of rare Cartwheel Galaxy, formed by a messy cosmic collision

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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00:32 ScienceMag.org Ordinary computers can beat Google’s quantum computer after all

Superfast algorithm put crimp in 2019 claim that Google’s machine had achieved “quantum supremacy”

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00:00 NewScientist.Com JWST has released a striking new image of the strange Cartwheel galaxy

The James Webb Space Telescope has taken a picture of the Cartwheel galaxy, which got its weird wheel-like shape when a smaller galaxy crashed through it

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02.08.2022
21:40 NewScientist.Com Gamma ray bursts could help unravel how fast the universe is expanding

It may be possible to use the brightest events in the universe, gamma ray bursts, to measure cosmic distances – which could help researchers figure out the universe’s structure

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21:37 Space.com James Webb Space Telescope sees stars form in strange wheel-shaped galaxy

The James Webb Space Telescope peered through dust and gas to reveal star formation in a rare wheel-shaped galaxy that formed in a long-ago galactic crash.

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20:06 Nature.com (news) Escort proteins for cellular zinc ions

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20:03 Phys.org Developing a new approach for building quantum computers

Quantum computing, though still in its early days, has the potential to dramatically increase processing power by harnessing the strange behavior of particles at the smallest scales. Some research groups have already reported performing calculations that would take a traditional supercomputer thousands of years. In the long term, quantum computers could provide unbreakable encryption and simulations of nature beyond today's capabilities.

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20:00 Nature.Com Escort proteins for cellular zinc ions

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19:07 Space.com James Webb Space Telescope glimpses Earendel, the most distant star known in the universe

The James Webb Space Telescope has caught a glimpse of the most distant star known in the universe, which had been announced by scientists using Webb's predecessor Hubble only a few months ago.

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17:51 Telegraph.co.uk Oxford nuclear fusion spin-out raising £400m after energy breakthrough

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17:27 Space.com Is the James Webb Space Telescope finding the furthest, oldest, youngest or first galaxies? An astronomer explains.

We’ve now seen the first data from the James Webb Space Telescope. It has observed the atmospheres of distant planets, groups of nearby galaxies, galaxy light bent by unseen dark matter, and clouds of gas and dust in stellar nurseries.

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17:13 Phys.org Researchers measure a signature of superconducting interference at the atomic scale

Superconductors, materials that can conduct electricity with no resistance at low temperatures, have many interesting and advantageous properties. In recent years, physicists and computer scientists have been investigating their potential for different applications, including quantum computing technology.

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16:34 World-Nuclear-News.org Twin robots practice rescuing each other in fusion machine

Two identical remotely-operated manipulators used to maintain the Joint European Torus fusion energy machine at the Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire, UK, are being tested in a series of practice 'rescue missions', where each saves its stranded twin.

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16:33 Nanowerk.com Researchers develop miniature lens for trapping single atoms

Nanopillar-studded surfaces interact with light to provide a new way to trap, image and manipulate single atoms.

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09:03 Technology.org The Brain’s Drainage System in 3 Dimensions

Meningeal lymphatic vessels are potential targets for treating brain diseases. Laboratories at Yale and the Paris Brain Institute

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01.08.2022
22:17 Space.com This Australian experiment is on the hunt for an elusive particle that could help unlock the mystery of dark matter

The ORGAN Experiment, Australia's first major dark matter detector, recently completed a search for a hypothetical particle called an axion in an attempt to try to explain dark matter.

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20:33 Phys.org Researchers develop miniature lens for trapping atoms

Atoms are notoriously difficult to control. They zigzag like fireflies, tunnel out of the strongest containers and jitter even at temperatures near absolute zero.

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20:20 NewScientist.Com JWST has spotted a weird, distant galaxy with almost no heavy elements

Galaxies in the distant universe are expected to have fewer heavy elements than nearby ones, but the James Webb Space Telescope has found a surprising one with almost none at all

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18:40 Nature.Com P-type electrical contacts for two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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