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An Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennessee team has used the Department of Energy's Jaguar supercomputer to calculate the number of isotopes allowed by the laws of physics.
Stable tin, as we know it, comprises 112 nuclear particles – 50 protons and 632 neutrons.
Professor Stefan Matile does not mention whether, as a child, he was a big fan of Lego.
Scientists have determined that previously undetected particles could be seen as they accumulate around black holes.
The design of a nature-inspired material that can make energy-storing hydrogen gas has gone holistic.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers have for the first time simulated and quantified the early stages of radiation damage that will occur in a given material.
Researchers from the University of Bonn have just shown how a single atom can be split into its two halves, pulled apart and put back together again.
Scientists at the Vienna University of Technology found a method to locate single gold atoms on a surface.
The storage of light-encoded messages on film and compact disks and as holograms is ubiquitous---grocery scanners, Netflix disks, credit-card images are just a few examples.
Image Caption: This icon, known as the "feed icon" or the "RSS icon", was introduced in Mozilla Firefox in order to indicate a web feed was present on a particular web page that could be used in conjunction with the Live bookmarks function. Microsoft Internet Explorer, Opera and some other browsers have adopted the icon in order to promote a de facto standard. Credit: Mozilla/Wikipedia A web feed is a data format that provides the user with regularly updated content. It is also...
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