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Physics World 9h
Ethan Siegel takes a long view of cosmology.
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Physics World 12h
Are you more of a physicist, a materials scientist or an engineer? If you're thinking of buying a product with graphene in it, the answer (kind of) matters.
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Physics World 13h
Putting diamond in a spin could lead to the development of new quantum sensors.
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Physics World 13h
Researchers demonstrate fully contact-free laser ultrasound imaging in humans
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Physics World 16h
The ClearView 3D Dosimeter is designed to support advanced radiotherapy techniques such as stereotactic radiosurgery
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Physics World 17h
A spectrometer that directly detects the vibrational “fingerprint” of molecules offers a sensitive new way of deducing a material’s chemical make-up.
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Physics World 18h
Solar activity is out of the picture when it comes to causes of climate change.
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Physics World Jan 24
The mathematics of a good espresso, a mummy speaks after 3000 years, volcano turns human brain to glass - all in this week's
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Physics World Jan 24
Missed yesterday's webinar on using for applications? Catch up with the recorded version on-demand:
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Physics World Jan 24
Targeted pulsed ultrasound exploits the unique mechanical properties of cancer cells to destroy them while sparing healthy cells
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Physics World Jan 24
Study finds that initiatives such as China's Thousand Talent programme is helping to foster the country's rise as a global scientific powerhouse
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Physics World Jan 24
Report finds that many African American students are eschewing careers in physics in favour of entering university programmes that are more supportive and financially rewarding
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Physics World Jan 24
Airborne fungal nanoparticles may play a role in seeding clouds and triggering allergies. (Are your eyes watering yet?)
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Physics World Jan 23
Artificial intelligence has been used to quickly and accurately model the 3D flow of light around arbitrarily shaped nanoparticles.
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Physics World Jan 23
Our latest weekly podcast is out, featuring a physicist who never existed, synchronized pendulums and a debate about the supposed "quantum bottleneck" in the jobs market.
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Physics World Jan 23
Patterns of fluorescent dots embedded in the skin keep track of vaccinations
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Physics World Jan 23
Nanometre-sized pillars etched into a gallium arsenide substrate form a "metalens" that shapes and focuses light from a vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL).
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Physics World Jan 23
Intermediate-mass stars expire via thermonuclear explosions, rather than gravitational collapse, according to experiments and calculations done by an international team of astrophysicists.
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Physics World Jan 23
Today at 2pm GMT - join our webinar from the British Cryogenics Council about for applications
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Physics World Jan 22
The fact that linked pendulums swing in sync was discovered in the 17th century, but the phenomenon still mystifies physicists today
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