Laser bursts generate electricity faster than any other method
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Take a glass thread a thousand times thinner than a human hair. Use it as a wire between two metals. Hit it with a laser pulse that lasts a millionth of a billionth of a second.
The Difference Between Particle Physics And Quantum Foundations
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Both the study of fundamental particles and the interpretation of quantum physics make use of aesthetic arguments when arguing about theories, but the two subfields are different in important ways.
Dead or Alive 6: Darum ist jetzt Schluss mit zu großen Brüsten
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Auf der E3 hat sich Produzent Yohei Shimbori zur weniger sexualisierten Darstellung der Frauen in Dead or Alive 6 geäußert.
Einstein proved right in another galaxy
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An international team of astronomers have made the most precise test of gravity outside our own solar system.
Synopsis: How Correlated Weather Fluctuations Take Down Power Grids
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Line failures can emerge and propagate in power grids because of varying power injections such as those from wind and solar plants.
The Twinkle in Mother Earth?s Eye: Laser Blasts Produce Promising Fusion Advances
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What if you could have a miniature star powering your house, your computer, and your car? How cool would that be! Stars produce a lot of en...
Researchers engineer bacteria to exhibit stochastic Turing patterns
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How did the zebra get its stripes, or the leopard its spots? Mankind has been trying to answer such questions since our earliest recorded days, and they resonate throughout the extant mythologies and folklores of an earlier world. In modern times, we've looked to mathematical models and most recently to genomic science to uncover the explanation of how patterns form in living tissues, but a full answer has proven particularly hard to get at.
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Biophysiker der australischen Macquarie University http://mq.edu.au haben zusammen mit Kollegen des Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology http://mipt.ru an der Oberfl
Water can be very dead, electrically speaking
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In a study published in Science this week, the researchers describe the dielectric properties of water that is only a few molecules thick. Such water was previously predicted to exhibit a reduced electric response but it remained unknown by how much. The new study shows that atomically thin layers of water near solid surfaces do not respond to an electric field, a finding that has very important implications for understanding of many phenomena where water is involved, including life of course.
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Financial TimesSuperheroes, blockbusters and theoretical physicsFinancial TimesBut these impressive distances pale against the immensity that Johnson contemplates as a theoretical physicist at LA's University of Southern California. Applying physics and mathematics, he explores ideas so complex — superstring theory, quantum ...
What causes the sound of a dripping tap?and how do you stop it?
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Scientists have solved the riddle behind one of the most recognisable, and annoying, household sounds: the dripping tap. And crucially, they have also identified a simple solution to stop it, which most of us already have in our kitchens.
Noita: Aktuelle Spielszenen aus dem magischen Action-Rogue-Lite - 4Players.de
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Im Rahmen der E3 2018 hatte das von ehemaligen Crayon-Physics-Deluxe-, The-Swapper- und Environmental-Station-Alpha-Entwicklern formierte Indie-Studio Nolla Games ein Video (siehe unten) mit aktuellen Spielszenen aus Noita ver
Raumfahrt: Die Suche nach Leben in der Kälte
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James L. Green, der neue Chefwissenschaftler der Nasa, sprach in Wien vom Stand der Dinge bei der Planetenforschung – und wieso man auf Eismonden Leben wähnt.
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Medebach. Viele freuen sich auf den Sommer und feiern den Medebat in diesem Jahr gemeinsam mit der Stadt Medebach auf dem Marktplatz Medebach. Am 20. Juli ab 19.30 Uhr pr
Dem Mysterium der verschr
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Berner Forschenden ist ein wichtiger Schritt auf dem Weg zu neuen Messmethoden wie der Quanten-Spektroskopie gelungen. In einem Experiment gelang es ihnen, einen Teil des Mysteriums um die sogenan ...
June 22, 2018: Failing grade in physics
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Machine learning classifies biomolecules ? Physics World
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Researchers have applied data mining techniques to rapidly classify biomolecular structures directly from scattering data
'Flamingo:' High-powered microscopy coming to a scientist near you
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Modern microscopy has given scientists a front-row seat to living, breathing biology in all its technicolor glory. But access to the best technologies can be spotty.
Physicists show that is impossible to mask quantum information in correlations
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Information is typically stored in physical systems, such as memory devices. But in a new study, physicists have investigated an alternative way to store and hide information, which is by storing it only in the quantum correlations among two or more systems, rather than in the systems themselves. This idea, which is called "masking," is a way of making the information inaccessible to everyone, without destroying it (as destroying quantum information is impossible).
'Stealth sheet' hides hot objects from prying infrared eyes
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Infrared cameras are the heat-sensing eyes that help drones find their targets, even in the dead of night or through heavy fog.
Teaching a machine to spot a crystal
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Protein crystals don't usually display the glitz and glam of gemstones. But no matter their looks, each and every one is precious to scientists.