Latest American Physical Society Stories
Lake Shore scientist David Daughton will present on electrical testing of thin film devices during the conference. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
Lake Shore will highlight its terahertz system for electronic, magnetic and chemical research at the 2014 APS March Meeting, booth 901/903. Columbus, OH (PRWEB)
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology explain that fire ants can link their bodies together, forming waterproof rafts that behave much like an active material capable of changing state from a solid to a liquid.
New experimental data, presented at APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting, moves toward finding a better model to determine where birds ate toxic fish
In a collaborative effort, researchers in the United States and the United Kingdom have developed a new technique that will help them optimize the transport barrier, or pedestal, in fusion plasmas, which will be key to increasing future fusion power performance.
In the quest for fusion energy on earth, researchers use magnetic fields to insulate hot plasma from the walls of the chamber to maintain the reaction and prevent damage to interior surfaces.
This week Princeton Plasma Laboratory (PPL) announced that it has developed software for an experiment that can be observed and controlled from anywhere in the world, allowing students to take part in an online open-user experiment that could turn the heat up even more, specifically, from a 50,000-degree plasma.
Lake Shore Cryotronics will announce its new continuous wave terahertz materials characterization system at the American Physical Society March Meeting 2013. Columbus,
There's more to the cosmos than meets the eye. About 80 percent of the matter in the universe is invisible to telescopes, yet its gravitational influence is manifest in the orbital speeds of stars around galaxies and in the motions of clusters of galaxies.
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.