Then at the end of July, the Olympics starts in Paris as athletes from across the world compete to run, jump, sail, cycle and dance themselves into the history books. In this episode of Physics World ...
Experimental first Conceptual art showing the rare-earth element promethium in a vial surrounded by an organic ligand. (Courtesy: Jacquelyn DeMink, art; Thomas Dyke, photography; ORNL, US Dept. of ...
The NeuroEXPLORER brain PET scanner generates low noise and ultrahigh-resolution images of neuronal activity in the brain ...
Study on starlings is the first to measure birds’ energy use directly rather than inferring it from other measurements ...
Particle physicist Çiğdem İşsever on the future of the LHC, going beyond the Higgs boson, and the importance of science education and engagement for children ...
A low-cost, ultralow-field whole-body MRI scanner that doesn’t require shielding aims to close the global gap in MRI ...
One company that has taken great strides since June 2023 is US-based PsiQuantum, which earlier this year received a staggering A$940m ($620m) from Australian federal and state governments to build ...
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Robert P Crease meets Michael Dubno, who is trying to solve the mystery of the ancient Antikythera mechanical device ...
This episode features a wide-ranging interview with Sara Seager and David Charbonneau, who share the 2024 Kavli Prize in Astrophysics. Charbonneau is at Harvard University and Seager is at the ...
Counterintuitive finding could be useful for spacecraft shielding design and high-speed manufacturing processes ...
New mathematical model reveals the workings of the stellar dynamo, with important implications for predicting solar storms ...