Signatures of Universe’s Extra Dimensions Could Be Hiding in Gravitational Waves
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Signatures of Universe’s Extra Dimensions Could Be Hiding in Gravitational Waves

In a paper published in a Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (arXiv.org preprint), German physicists examine a effects due to Universe’s additional measure — a existence of…

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Physicists Discover Two Low-Temperature Forms of Liquid Water
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Physicists Discover Two Low-Temperature Forms of Liquid Water

A Stockholm University-led group of physicists has detected dual low-temperature phases of glass H2O with vast differences in structure and density. An artist’s sense of a dual forms…

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Ultra-High Intensity Laser Sparks New Behavior in Light
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Ultra-High Intensity Laser Sparks New Behavior in Light

By focusing laser light to liughtness one billion times larger than a aspect of a Sun, a group of physicists from a United States and China has celebrated…

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Oscillons, Gravitational Wave Factories in Very Early Universe
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Oscillons, Gravitational Wave Factories in Very Early Universe

A group of fanciful physicists during a University of Basel, Switzerland, has found that in a really early Universe, supposed oscillons — clever localized fluctuations of a inflaton…

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Supersolid: Physicists Create New State of Matter
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Supersolid: Physicists Create New State of Matter

Two teams of physicists have exclusively combined a puzzling new state of matter. The state is famous as a supersolid and it combines a properties of both plain…

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NASA’s Cold Atom Laboratory to Create ‘Coolest Spot in Universe’
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NASA’s Cold Atom Laboratory to Create ‘Coolest Spot in Universe’

This summer, a apartment of instruments called a Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) will fly to a International Space Station (ISS), where it will implement a microgravity sourroundings of…

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Researchers Make Single-Atom Memory from Holmium
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Researchers Make Single-Atom Memory from Holmium

According to a investigate group led by scientists from IBM Almaden Research Center in San Jose, California, and a Institute of Basic Science in Seoul, South Korea, one…

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Is There a Resting Frame in Universe?
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Is There a Resting Frame in Universe?

Physics is infrequently closer to truth when it comes to bargain a Universe. Dr. Donald Chang, a physicist during a Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, attempts…

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Sphere of Superfluid Helium Behaves Like Black Hole, Physicists Say
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Sphere of Superfluid Helium Behaves Like Black Hole, Physicists Say

A group of physicists from a Universities of Vermont and Waterloo has detected that a globe of cold helium atoms follows a weird law of production — called…

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Research Challenges Our Understanding of Quantum Theory
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Research Challenges Our Understanding of Quantum Theory

A group of researchers during a University of East Anglia (UEA), UK, has detected a new resource concerned in a era of interconnected photons. In this illustration, one…

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Physicists Create Fluid with ‘Negative Mass’
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Physicists Create Fluid with ‘Negative Mass’

An general group of physicists from a United States, Japan, and China has combined a liquid with disastrous mass, that is accurately what it sounds like. A paper…

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Researchers Manipulate Liquids Using Only Visible Light
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Researchers Manipulate Liquids Using Only Visible Light

A novel complement grown by researchers during a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) could make it probable to control a approach a potion moves over a surface, regulating…

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Researchers Invent Nanoscale ‘Refrigerator’ for Quantum Computers
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Researchers Invent Nanoscale ‘Refrigerator’ for Quantum Computers

A group of researchers from a Department of Applied Physics during Aalto University in Finland has invented a quantum-circuit refrigerator, that can revoke errors in quantum computing. Photo…

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Physicists Directly Observe Hydrogen Bonds in Single Molecule
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Physicists Directly Observe Hydrogen Bonds in Single Molecule

For a initial time, physicists have succeeded in watching and investigate in fact a hydrogen holds in a singular molecule. Quantitative measurements of a C═O***H–C bond: (A) schematic…

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Space-Time is Constantly Moving, Physicists Say
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Space-Time is Constantly Moving, Physicists Say

A group of researchers from a Department of Physics and Astronomy during a University of British Columbia, Canada, has tackled a doubt ‘what causes a delayed accelerating enlargement…

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Physicists Experimentally Observe Decay of Quantum Monopole
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Physicists Experimentally Observe Decay of Quantum Monopole

An general group of physicists from Finland and a United States has done a initial initial observations of a dynamics of private monopoles in quantum matter. The formula…

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Naked Singularities Can Form in ‘Saddle-Shaped’ Universe, Physicists Say
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Naked Singularities Can Form in ‘Saddle-Shaped’ Universe, Physicists Say

A group of fanciful physicists during a University of Cambridge, UK, has used mechanism simulations to envision a existence of a supposed exposed singularity, that interferes with Albert…

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Researchers Create Molecular Version of Black Hole
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Researchers Create Molecular Version of Black Hole

When a group of physicists focused a full power of SLAC’s Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) Coherent X-ray Imaging instrument — a world’s many absolute X-ray laser with…

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Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves for Third Time
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Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves for Third Time

Scientists from a LIGO Scientific Collaboration and a Virgo Collaboration have done a third showing of gravitational waves, ripples in a fabric of space and time, initial likely…

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Superfluid Motion of Light Observed during Room Temperature
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Superfluid Motion of Light Observed during Room Temperature

An general group of physicists has experimentally demonstrated that superfluid suit of light is probable underneath ambient conditions. Until now, this materialisation had usually been celebrated during low…

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World’s First Quantum-Enabled Satellite Sets Distance Record for Quantum Entanglement
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World’s First Quantum-Enabled Satellite Sets Distance Record for Quantum Entanglement

Chinese researchers have successfully demonstrated satellite-based placement of caught photon pairs to dual locations distant by 747.5 miles (1,203 km) on Earth, by dual satellite-to-ground downlinks with a…

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Physicists Produce World’s First Sample of Metallic Hydrogen
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Physicists Produce World’s First Sample of Metallic Hydrogen

A twin of physicists during Harvard University has succeeded in formulating a lead alteration of hydrogen. The investigate is published in a biography Science. Photo of lead hydrogen…

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Physicists Unveil ‘Time Crystals’
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Physicists Unveil ‘Time Crystals’

Thanks to a breakthrough by a investigate group led by University of California Berkeley physicist Norman Yao, time crystals are now a reality. Following a plans combined by…

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Physicists Precisely Measure Magnetic Moment of Antiproton
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Physicists Precisely Measure Magnetic Moment of Antiproton

An general organisation of physicists led by RIKEN researcher Stefan Ulmer has found that a captivating impulse of a antiproton is intensely tighten to that of a proton,…

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Researchers: Electrons ‘Puddle’ underneath High Magnetic Fields
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Researchers: Electrons ‘Puddle’ underneath High Magnetic Fields

A group of materials scientists and physicists from a DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory, a National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and a National Institute of Standards and Technology has…

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Optical ‘Tractor Beam’ Traps Biological Cells
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Optical ‘Tractor Beam’ Traps Biological Cells

Physicists in Germany have grown a novel technique for trapping biological cells with a laser beam. Using this technique, a researchers performed super-resolution images of chromosomal DNA within…

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2016 Gets Longer with Extra Second Added to New Year Countdown
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2016 Gets Longer with Extra Second Added to New Year Countdown

This New Year’s countdown will be one second longer as a National Physical Laboratory — a UK’s inhabitant dimensions hospital and a hearth of atomic time — introduces…

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CERN Physicists Observe Light Spectrum of Antimatter for a First Time
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CERN Physicists Observe Light Spectrum of Antimatter for a First Time

Physicists from CERN’s ALPHA examination currently news a initial ever dimensions on a visual spectrum of an antimatter atom. Artist’s sense of a cloud of trapped antihydrogen atoms.…

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Scientists Observe Superconductivity in Single Crystals of Pure Bismuth
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Scientists Observe Superconductivity in Single Crystals of Pure Bismuth

According to a group of researchers during a Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbai, India, pristine bismuth — a semimetal with a rhombohedral structure — is…

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Physicists Demonstrate Existence of Tetraneutron
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Physicists Demonstrate Existence of Tetraneutron

An Iowa State University-led group of physicists has demonstrated a quasi-stable existence of a tetraneutron, a subatomic structure once suspicion doubtful to exist. Tetra-neutron complement constructed in double-charge…

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Polarized Nuclear Imaging: New Technique Has Potential for High-Resolution Medical Diagnostics
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Polarized Nuclear Imaging: New Technique Has Potential for High-Resolution Medical Diagnostics

A group of researchers during a University of Virginia has devised a new imaging proceed that combines absolute aspects of both captivating inflection imaging and gamma-ray imaging. Prof.…

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Physicists Demonstrate Existence of Two States of Liquid Water
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Physicists Demonstrate Existence of Two States of Liquid Water

There are dual states of glass water, says an general group of physicists led by Oxford University’s Dr. Laura Maestro. L.M. Maestro et al find that dual states…

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Physicists Observe Butterfly Rydberg Molecule for First Time
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Physicists Observe Butterfly Rydberg Molecule for First Time

An general organisation of physicists, led by Prof. Chris Greene from Purdue University and Prof. Herwig Ott from a University of Kaiserslautern, has celebrated a moth Rydberg molecule,…

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Physicists Visualize Quantum Behavior of High-Energy Electrons
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Physicists Visualize Quantum Behavior of High-Energy Electrons

A group of physicists from a University of Birmingham and a University of Bath has identified a process to visualize, over a millionth of a billionth of a…

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Universe is Expanding Uniformly, Scientists Say
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Universe is Expanding Uniformly, Scientists Say

The Universe is not spinning or stretched in any sold direction, according to a group of researchers from University College London and Imperial College London, UK. A immeasurable…

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Plutonium Acts Like Ions in a Salt, New Study Shows
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Plutonium Acts Like Ions in a Salt, New Study Shows

Plutonium, a heavy, dulcet steel with 15 isotopes that is constructed by a proton irradiation of healthy uranium, is formidably formidable component that does not always act as…

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Madala Boson: Physicists Predict Existence of New Heavy Particle
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Madala Boson: Physicists Predict Existence of New Heavy Particle

An general group of physicists, led by a University of a Witwatersrand (UW) in Johannesburg, South Africa, predicts a existence of a new molecule that competence assist in…

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Physicists Create Quantum Knots for a First Time
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Physicists Create Quantum Knots for a First Time

In a breakthrough find minute in a paper in a biography Nature Physics, a group of physicists from Finland and a United States has found a approach to…

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Scientists Replicate Folding Human Brain in 3D
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Scientists Replicate Folding Human Brain in 3D

A accumulation of hypotheses on how a mind folds have been due though nothing have been directly used to make testable predictions. Now, a organisation of scientists led…

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Physicists Detect Gravitational Waves
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Physicists Detect Gravitational Waves

For a initial time, physicists have celebrated ‘ripples’ in a fabric of space-time called gravitational waves. The collision of dual black holes is seen in this still from…

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