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Predicting molecular rotational temperature for enhanced plasma recombination
Fusion model hot off the wall
Source: Kyoto Posted: 8/11/23
Physicists have measured the wave-like vibration of atomic nuclei with an unprecedented level of precision.
How atomic nuclei vibrate
Source: HHU DE Posted: 8/8/23
Microscopic cracks vanish in experiments, revealing possibility of self-healing machines
Stunning discovery: Metals can heal themselves
Source: Sandia Posted: 8/3/23
Scientists, including UF astrobiologist Amy Williams, gain vital insights into Mars’ history and potential for supporting life
Evidence of Diverse Organic Material on Mars
Source: UFL Posted: 8/1/23
Elusive neutrinos reveal a portrait of our galaxy unlike any before.
First 'ghost particle' image of Milky Way galaxy captured by scientists
Source: NSF Posted: 7/30/23
Researchers report that seismic signals indicate vulcanism still plays an active role in shaping the Martian surface.
Magma on Mars likely
Source: ETH Posted: 11/15/22
Scientists at EPFL have increased the power conversion efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells (
Gratzel solar cells achieve a new record
Source: EPFL Posted: 11/13/22
Collision May Have Formed the Moon in Mere Hours, Simulations Reveal
Collision May Have Formed the Moon in Mere Hours
Source: NASA Posted: 11/10/22
Astrophysicists have performed a powerful new analysis that places the most precise limits yet on the composition and evolution of the universe.
The Most Precise Accounting Yet of Dark Energy and Dark Matter
Source: Harvard Posted: 11/8/22
Scientists with the University of Chicago have discovered a way to create a material that can be made like a plastic, but conducts electricity more like a metal.
Scientists discover material that can be made like a plastic but conducts like metal
Source: UChicago Posted: 11/7/22
The agency’s lander felt the ground shake during the impact while cameras aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spotted the yawning new crater from space.
Stunning Meteoroid Impact Detected on Mars
Source: NASA/JPL Posted: 11/4/22
Researchers develop a technique for precisely arranging nanoscale particles on a surface, such as a silicon chip, that doesn’t damage the material.
Building with nanoparticles, from the bottom up
Source: MIT Posted: 11/2/22