PHYSICS

Second Order Optical Meronets, or Claiming Light as a Ferromagnet

Setting the rotation of a second-order (meron) half-sky on the surface of a birefringent cavity. Credit: UW Physics, M. Krol Scientists have demonstrated how...

Using vibrating molecules to investigate the wave properties of matter

HD + molecular ions (pairs of yellow and red dots) in a ion tray (gray) are radiated by a laser wave (red). This...

Moiré models facilitate the detection of unexpected new insulating phases

Formation of the moiré pattern by two honeycomb nets. Credit: Microwave Nano-Electronics Lab, UC Riverside The study led by UC Riverside observed unexpected isolation...

Watch the world’s first video of a space-time crystal

The periodic pattern consisting of magnons is formed at room temperature. A team of researchers have managed to create a space-time micrometer-sized crystal composed of...

Physicists show a velocity limit also applies to the quantum world

The study from the University of Bonn determines the minimum time for complex quantum operations. Even in...

Quantum cooperation with the cutting edge gives a new gravity to the mysteries of the universe

Scientists have used the latest research in quantum computing and quantum technology to pioneer a radical new approach to determining how our Universe functions...

Usually the Wrong Name Leads to Discovery

Levitation of a magnet on top of a superconductor. Credits: Jubobroff, Fbouquet, LPS CC BY-SA 3.0 A new theory that could explain how unconventional...

Light and a single electron used to detect quantum information stored in 100,000 nuclear quantum bits

Researchers have found a way to use light and a single electron to communicate with a cloud of quantum pieces and sense their behavior,...

Supporting the Movement of Electrons Within an Atom – Down to One Billionth of a Second

Accurate synchronization of X-rays and external laser pulses is a major obstacle in analyzing data from XFEL experiments. The researchers took advantage of...

The new machine learning theory raises questions about the very nature of science

A new computer algorithm, or set of rules, that accurately predicts the orbits of planets in the solar system can be adapted to better...

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Innovative and Non -Destructive Strategies for Analyzing Materials Returned From Mars

The distribution images of certain elements of one of the meteorites were analyzed by the group. Credit: IBeA / UPV / EHU The IBeA...

The new data transfer system is 10 times faster than USB and uses polymer cables as thin strands of hair

Researchers have developed a data transfer system that pairs high-frequency silicon chips with a polymer cable as thin curly hair. Credit: Offered by...

Leading discovery could open up new field of quantum technology called “magnonics”

A technological breakthrough could enable a new field of quantum technology called "magnonics", successfully pairing two types of quantum particles called microwave photons and...

The scientists who build the most accurate digital twin on our planet

Earth's digital twin is for comprehensive, high-resolution modeling of the Earth's system, for example, as a basis for directing climate change adaptation measures. ...

Worrying new evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are less effective against new coronavirus variants

Physician Assistant Philana Liang prepares a vial of COVID-19 vaccine at Washington University Medical Campus. New research from Washington University School of Medicine...

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