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Miguel A. Cazalilla, a scientist at the CFM (a joint CSIC-UPV/EHU center) and the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), together with other four colleagues from various institutions in Europe and the United States, was recently invited to write a review article that has been just published in the prestigious journal Reviews of Modern Physics of the American Physical Society, where only leading scientists in their field of physics are invited to contribute.
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An unprecedented variety of smooth symmetric, corrugated, zig-zag shaped slender structures can be observed by simply dripping a mixture of sand and water on a liquid absorbing surface such as a dry bed of sand or blotting paper.
A Nobel Prize winning physicist has resigned from the American Physical Society, protesting the organization's official stance on climate change.
The American Physical Society has released a new assessment â€” Direct Air Capture of CO2 with Chemicals â€” to better inform the scientific community on the technical aspects of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Technologies for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere are unlikely to offer an economically feasible way to slow human-driven climate change for several decades.
The biggest 3-D map of the distant universe ever made, using light from 14,000 quasars â€“ supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies billions of light years away â€“ has been constructed by scientists with the third Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS-III).
A controversial idea that sense of smell can be explained by quantum physics is gaining traction in the science world, according to researchers.
American Physical Society Joins DeepDyveâ€™s Online Rental Service for Scholarly Publications DeepDyve and the American Physical Society (APS) jointly announced today that APS has agreed to make its articles available, in a nine-month pilot program, via DeepDyveâ€™s online rental service for research articles.
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