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At St. Paul's Cathedral in London, a section of the dome called the Whispering Gallery makes a whisper audible from the other side of the dome as a result of the way sound waves travel around the curved surface.
Soliton water waves can travel several kilometers without any significant change in their shape or amplitude, as opposed to normal waves, which widen as they travel, and eventually disappear.
Topology -- the understanding of how things are connected -- remains abstract, even with the popular example of doughnuts and coffee cups.
A new method developed by a team at MIT's Microsystems Technology Laboratory (MTL) may lead to hardware utilizing radio spectrum much more efficiently in the future.
In this month's issue of Physics World, an international group of researchers propose a new technology that could divert vibrations away from load-bearing elements of bridges to avoid catastrophic collapses.
Scientists at the University of Minnesota have invented a unique microscale optical device that could dramatically increase download speeds while lowering bandwidth costs.