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The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has the ability to make significant contributions to energy research but must be allowed time to do so, according to a report by the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. The academies' report –...

source: PhysicsWorld

An octopus-inspired adhesive surface that works in wet and dry conditions has been created by researchers in South Korea. They believe their suction cups could find a range of uses including the manufacture of silicon chips and wound healing. The research also provides a...

source: PhysicsWorld

The first direct observations of how "molecules of light" can vibrate have been made by researchers in France, who have characterized the motions of soliton laser pulses that interact with each other in an optical fibre. Such optical molecules could someday boost the amount...

source: PhysicsWorld

Schrödinger's cat need not die! In a small but significant way, quantum weirdness just got even weirder – and, as a result, quantum computing may have just moved one step nearer. A team led by Kater Murch from Washington University in St Louis, has found a way...

source: COSMOS

Imagine how it must have felt to be Robert Wilson in the spring of 1967. The Atomic Energy Commission had hired him as the founding director of the planned National Accelerator Laboratory. Before him was the opportunity to build the most powerful particle accelerator in...

source: Symmetry Magazine

A team of researchers from Texas A&M University is studying a way to pasteurize milk without heating it. They're inactivating the bacteria using equipment normally reserved for particle physics — an electron beam. Maybe raw milk fans will be able to have their milk...

source: Gizmodo


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