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Scientists at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge have used light to help push electrons through a classically impenetrable barrier.
A team of physicists in Barcelona, Spain have for the first time fabricated and tested the world’s most sensitive Nanomechanical sensor, capable of detecting changes in mass of 1.7 yoctograms -- roughly the mass of a single proton.
The early days of our solar system might look quite different than previously thought, according to research at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory published in Science.
Physicists at the University of California, San Diego have discovered patterns which underlie the properties of a new state of matter.
Scientists working at the Institut Laue-Langevin, one of the world's leading centres for neutron science, have carried out the first investigation of two-dimensional fermion liquids using neutron scattering, and discovered a new type of very short wave-length density wave.
Quantum theory describes the world of atoms very precisely.
Nowadays, ever smaller and more powerful computer chips are in demand.
Computer security experts have discovered a new vulnerability in Apple's mobile Safari web browser that can make it look like a user is visiting one website when, in actuality, they are looking at a page located elsewhere.
UCLA researchers are now able to peer deep within the world's tiniest structures to create three-dimensional images of individual atoms and their positions.
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