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Physics News of the Week: Smoking Gun for Modified Gravity and News About Higgs

Physics News of the Week: Smoking Gun for Modified Gravity and News About Higgs

| June 22, 2014 | 1 Comment

Another Sunday is upon us and it’s time to do a review of the top physics news. This includes the top discoveries and news stories from the last week. To receive these news and other cool stuff to your email,  register for our newsletter. 1. Smoking Gun for Modified Gravity (June 20) Since the introduction of […]

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Physics News of the Week: Modeling the Presidential Election

Physics News of the Week: Modeling the Presidential Election

| April 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

Another Sunday is upon us, so, as always, here’s an overview of the top events in the world of physics from this week. To receive these news and other useful stuff straight to your email box, register for our email newsletter. 1. What if Spacetime Was a Kind of a Fluid? (April 23) What if […]

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Physics News of the Week: Challenging the Uncertainty Principle, New Physics Tools in Biology

Physics News of the Week: Challenging the Uncertainty Principle, New Physics Tools in Biology

| February 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

This week new physics tools have been developed to help out biologists, CERN scientists announced that they are planning a new particle accelerator and quantum scientist challenged Heisenberg’s principle. Here’s a short summary of these news, plus some links for extra reading. To receive these news straight to your email, visit this link. 1. Challenging […]

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Physics News of the Week: Another Nano-Breakthrough and a Thermal Invisibility Cloak

Physics News of the Week: Another Nano-Breakthrough and a Thermal Invisibility Cloak

| May 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

This week there were some nice breakthroughs in nanotechnologies and thermal physics. In particular, KIT researchers succeeded in demonstrating that certain materials could be used to build a thermal cloak. Meanwhile, a group of leading nanoscientists succeeded in explaining the case of the herringbone crystals. The final report is on the clues, that might hide in exotic […]

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Physics News of the Week (January 20-27)

Physics News of the Week (January 20-27)

| January 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

Another week has passed and it’s time to see what is going on in the never-sleeping world of science. If you would like to receive these updates every week straight to your email please feel free to register to our email newsletter. 1) Survey Shows No Agreement on the Fundamental Ideas of Quantum Mechanics (January […]

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Physics News of the Week (January 6-13)

Physics News of the Week (January 6-13)

| January 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

As always, today we take a look at last week’s most important headlines to find out what happened in the world of physics. If you enjoy reading this then don’t hesitate to join our email newsletter. 1. New Antimatter Trapping Method to Provide ‘a Major Experimental Advantage (January 7) Researchers have proposed a new method for […]

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Physics News of the Week (December 23-30)

Physics News of the Week (December 23-30)

| December 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

So, dear readers and subscribers, Christmas and New Year is upon us again, thus I hope you have a nice time celebrating . As for the news from the world of physics, as always, there are some new interesting discoveries, which we’re gonna review in this week’s edition of Physics News of the Week. As […]

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Physics News of the Week (December 9-16)

Physics News of the Week (December 9-16)

| December 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

So once again (even though a little bit late this time) we’re gonna do a short overview of the most important, interesting or simply fun news from the world of physics. If you would like to receive these news straight to your email every week, please register for our email newsletter. 1. Do we live […]

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