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Physics News of the Week: BICEP2 All Over Again?

Physics News of the Week: BICEP2 All Over Again?

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Another great week has passed and it’s time to take a look at the top news of the week. As always, here are the top three news stories with corresponding links. For more news and other free stuff, register for our email newsletter. 1. Gravity May Have Saved the Universe after the Big Bang (Nov […]

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Physics News of the Week: First Landing on a Comet and More

Physics News of the Week: First Landing on a Comet and More

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s Sunday again and we take a look at the top research news from last week. Here are top 3 stories plus some links for extra reading. If you would like to receive these news and other physics related stuff straight to your email box register for our email newsletter. 1. Rosetta Scientists Land a […]

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Physics News of the Week: Dark Future of the Universe

Physics News of the Week: Dark Future of the Universe

| November 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s another beautiful Sunday and it’s time to take a look at what’s been going on in the world of physics this week. Here are the top 3 news stories with additional links. If you would like to receive these news to your email box, register for our email newsletter. 1. Can the Wave Function […]

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Physics News of the Week: New Evidence for an Exotic Superconducting State

Physics News of the Week: New Evidence for an Exotic Superconducting State

| October 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Another great autumn week has passed and it’s time to take a look at the top news of the week. As always, here are the top three news stories with corresponding links. For more news and other free stuff, register for our email newsletter. 1. Siding Spring Comet Comet Races Past Mars ( Oct 20) […]

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Physics News of the Week: Compact Fusion Reactors and a Watery Moon of Saturn

Physics News of the Week: Compact Fusion Reactors and a Watery Moon of Saturn

| October 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

This week, as always, some amazing physics papers were released, so here’s a quick summary including the links to original articles. For more news register for our email newsletter here. 1. Lockheed Martin Pursues Compact Fusion Reactor Concept (Oct 16) Lockheed Martin, an American global aerospace, defense and security company, has recently made it to the […]

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Physics News of the Week: A New Subatomic Particle and Nobel Prizes

Physics News of the Week: A New Subatomic Particle and Nobel Prizes

| October 12, 2014 | 3 Comments

This week, as always, some amazing physics papers were released, so here’s a quick summary including the links to original articles. For more news register for our email newsletter here. 1. 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for the Development of Blue LED’s (Oct 7) So recently the Nobel prize in physics has been awarded jointly […]

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Why Blue LED’s Are Awesome

Why Blue LED’s Are Awesome

| October 12, 2014 | 1 Comment

So recently the 2014 Nobel prize in physics has been jointly awarded to Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes. “So what’s the big deal with blue LED’s?” you might be asking right now. This short article will take a look at the importance of LED’s in general […]

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Physics News of the Week: Results from PandaX-I and Smartphones that Detect Cosmic Rays

| October 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

This week we take a look at some amazing papers from the PandaX experiment, the astrophysicists from the universities of Padova and Cambridge and a physicist, who turned a smartphone into a cosmic ray detector. As always, for more cool stuff, register for our email newsletter. 1. A Higgs-Gravity Connection Might Leave Traces in White […]

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