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American Physical Society: Physics

  • Feature: Meetings: Optimism Abounds at Conference on Women in Physics

    Feature: Meetings: Optimism Abounds at Conference on Women in Physics

    The meeting focused on the people, programs, and ideas that have helped to break down the barriers to being a female physicist.[Physics 10, 94] Published Wed Aug 16, 2017
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  • Synopsis: Filling in a Tetraquark’s Profile

    Synopsis: Filling in a Tetraquark’s Profile

    An analysis of electron-positron collision data has determined the spin and parity of a particle thought to consist of four quarks.[Physics] Published Wed Aug 16, 2017
    - 5 days ago, 16 Aug 17, 10:00am -
  • Synopsis: Transistor Breaks Law of Thermal Conductivity

    Synopsis: Transistor Breaks Law of Thermal Conductivity

    A single-electron transistor carries more heat than that predicted by the Wiedemann-Franz law linking thermal and electrical conductivities.[Physics] Published Tue Aug 15, 2017
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  • Viewpoint: Porous Materials Exhibit Granular-Like Stress Chains

    Viewpoint: Porous Materials Exhibit Granular-Like Stress Chains

    Author(s): Michael ZaiserSimulations of porous materials exhibit internal stress patterns like those in granular materials, despite the fact that these two systems are practically “negative images” of each other.[Physics 10, 92] Published Mon Aug…
    - 7 days ago, 14 Aug 17, 10:00am -
  • Focus: The Coolest Molecular Ion Beams

    Focus: The Coolest Molecular Ion Beams

    Author(s): Philip BallTwo research teams have created the coldest molecular ion beams ever, putting molecules in their ground states of rotation and providing improved experimental stand-ins for interstellar gas clouds.[Physics 10, 93] Published Mon…
    - 7 days ago, 14 Aug 17, 10:00am -
  • Feature: Q&A: The Network that Lies Beneath

    Feature: Q&A: The Network that Lies Beneath

    Network scientist Daniel Larremore draws on his diverse interests to make sense of patterns in sporting records, hiring decisions, and the spread of diseases.[Physics 10, 91] Published Fri Aug 11, 2017
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  • Synopsis: Strong Force Model for Weak Force Reactions

    Synopsis: Strong Force Model for Weak Force Reactions

    A quark-based model called lattice QCD provides theoretical predictions for two weak-force-driven reactions—proton fusion and tritium decay.[Physics] Published Thu Aug 10, 2017
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  • Synopsis: Two-Pulse X Rays Probe Skyrmions

    Synopsis: Two-Pulse X  Rays Probe Skyrmions

    A new x-ray spectroscopy technique can measure magnetic fluctuations in vortex-like structures called Skyrmions with nanosecond resolution.[Physics] Published Wed Aug 09, 2017
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  • Synopsis: Scanning Earth’s Interior with Neutrinos

    Synopsis: Scanning Earth’s Interior with Neutrinos

    Future neutrino experiments may provide tomographic scans of Earth’s interior by viewing solar neutrinos that pass through our planet’s layers.  [Physics] Published Tue Aug 08, 2017
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  • Viewpoint: Neutron-Star Implosions as Heavy-Element Sources

    Viewpoint: Neutron-Star Implosions as Heavy-Element Sources

    Author(s): Hans-Thomas JankaA dramatic scenario in which a compact black hole eats a spinning neutron star from inside might explain a nearby galaxy’s unexpectedly high abundance of heavy elements.[Physics 10, 89] Published Mon Aug 07, 2017
    - 14 days ago, 7 Aug 17, 10:00am -

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  • QuarkNet takes on solar eclipse science

    QuarkNet takes on solar eclipse science

    High school students nationwide will study the effects of the solar eclipse on cosmic rays. While most people are marveling at Monday’s eclipse, a group of researchers will be measuring its effects on cosmic rays—particles from space…
    - 5 days ago, 16 Aug 17, 1:46pm -
  • Dark matter hunt with LUX-ZEPLIN

    Dark matter hunt with LUX-ZEPLIN

    A video from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory explains how the upcoming LZ experiment will search for the missing 85 percent of the matter in the universe. What exactly is dark matter, the invisible substance that accounts for 85 per…
    - 6 days ago, 15 Aug 17, 12:36pm -
  • Think FAST

    Think FAST

    The new Fermilab Accelerator Science and Technology facility at Fermilab looks to the future of accelerator science. Unlike most particle physics facilities, the new Fermilab Accelerator Science and Technology facility (FAST) wasn’t c…
    - 11 days ago, 10 Aug 17, 9:00am -
  • A new search for dark matter 6800 feet underground

    A new search for dark matter 6800 feet underground

    Prototype tests of the future SuperCDMS SNOLAB experiment are in full swing. When an extraordinarily sensitive dark matter experiment goes online at one of the world’s deepest underground research labs, the chances are better than ever…
    - 13 days ago, 8 Aug 17, 9:00am -
  • Our clumpy cosmos

    Our clumpy cosmos

    The Dark Energy Survey reveals the most accurate measurement of dark matter structure in the universe. Imagine planting a single seed and, with great precision, being able to predict the exact height of the tree that grows from it. Now im…
    - 18 days ago, 3 Aug 17, 10:37am -
  • Tuning in for science

    Tuning in for science

    The sprawling Square Kilometer Array radio telescope hunts signals from one of the quietest places on earth. When you think of radios, you probably think of noise. But the primary requirement for building the world’s largest radio teles…
    - 20 days ago, 1 Aug 17, 9:50am -
  • An underground groundbreaking

    An underground groundbreaking

    A physics project kicks off construction a mile underground. For many government officials, groundbreaking ceremonies are probably old hat—or old hardhat. But how many can say they’ve been to a groundbreaking that’s nearly a mile un…
    - 21 days ago, 31 Jul 17, 3:35pm -
  • Angela Fava: studying neutrinos around the globe

    Angela Fava: studying neutrinos around the globe

    This experimental physicist has followed the ICARUS neutrino detector from Gran Sasso to Geneva to Chicago. Physicist Angela Fava has been at the enormous ICARUS detector’s side for over a decade. As an undergraduate student in Italy in…
    - 26 days ago, 26 Jul 17, 12:09pm -
  • Turning plots into stained glass

    Turning plots into stained glass

    Hubert van Hecke, a heavy-ion physicist, transforms particle physics plots into works of art. At first glance, particle physicist Hubert van Hecke’s stained glass windows simply look like unique pieces of art. But there is much more to…
    - 27 days ago, 25 Jul 17, 9:00am -
  • Watch the underground groundbreaking

    Watch the underground groundbreaking

    This afternoon, watch a livestream of the start of excavation for the future home of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment. Today in South Dakota, dignitaries, scientists and engineers will mark the start of construction of the fu…
    - 31 days ago, 21 Jul 17, 9:00am -

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