Physics

Editor Papa Research September 1, 2018

UCLA Physicists Discover ‘Apparent Departure From The Laws Of Thermodynamics’ According to the essential laws of physics, if you allow a heat pie in an exceedingly winter window eventually the pie would relax to constant temperature because the close air. For chemists and physicists, cooling samples of charged particles, conjointly known as ions, makes them […]

Editor Papa Research August 30, 2018

Extending Einstein’s Theory Beyond Light Speed The University of Adelaide applied mathematicians have extended Einstein’s theory of relativity theory to figure on the far side the speed of sunshine. Einstein’s theory holds that nothing may move quicker than the speed of sunshine, however academic Jim Hill and Dr. Barry Cox within the University’s College of […]

Editor Papa Research August 18, 2018

A team of physicists has tied light into figure-8 and torus knots. The researchers, according to a paper published July 30 in the journal Nature Physics, figured out how to make the waves of two laser beams of light interfere with one another, and ultimately loop around each other in ways you might be more likely to associate with […]

Editor Papa Research August 17, 2018

Lab-based mimicry allowed an international team of physicists including Carnegie’s Alexander Goncharov to probe hydrogen under the conditions found in the interiors of giant planets—where experts believe it gets squeezed until it becomes a liquid metal, capable of conducting electricity. Their work is published in Science. Hydrogen is the most-abundant element in the universe and the […]

admin July 26, 2018

Physicists have theoretically shown that, by applying a magnetic field to a small, irregularly shaped graphene flake, the flake becomes a quantum hologram of a black hole. This means that the graphene flake recreates the spatial structure and characteristic properties of a black hole, but in a much smaller, lower-dimensional system. The physicists, Anffany Chen […]

Editor Papa Research July 25, 2018

At more than 60 billion revolutions per minute, a nanomechanical rotor developed by Purdue University researcher Tongcang Li and co-authors is more than 100,000 times faster than a high-speed dental drill. Ahn et al levitated a nanoparticle in vacuum and driven it to rotate at high speed, which they hope will help them study the properties of vacuum and […]

admin June 27, 2018

One of the world’s leading plasma research facilities just broke a new record, showing we really are getting closer to the wonderful goal of fusion power – a virtually limitless supply of clean energy. Experiments on the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator – a device that uses magnets to confine clouds of plasma (hot, charged gas) – […]

admin June 25, 2018

In July 2012, ATLAS (A Toroidal LHC ApparatuS) and CMS (Compact-Muon-Solenoid) experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider jointly announcedthe discovery of the Higgs boson. The discovery confirmed the existence of the last missing elementary particle of the Standard Model, five decades after it was predicted theoretically. New results from ATLAS and CMS experiments reveal how strongly the […]

admin June 21, 2018

A team of researchers at EMBL have expanded Alan Turing’s seminal theory on how patterns are created in biological systems. This work, which was partly done at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), may answer whether nature’s patterns are governed by Turing’s mathematical model and could have applications in tissue engineering. Their results have been […]

admin June 11, 2018

Illustration of the silicon Brillouin laser in operation. The laser is formed from nanoscale silicon structures that confine both light and sound waves. Yale scientists have created a new type of silicon laser that uses sound waves to amplify light. A study about the discovery appears in the online edition of the journal Science. In […]