Clustify - document clustering
 Home  |  Newsletter  |  My Articles  |  My Account  |  Help 

Location: Categories / Science & Technology / Physics

Magazine articles on physics.
Old Articles: <Older 211-220 Newer>
IEEE Spectrum
May 2006
Erico Guizzo
Bubble Fusion Research Under Scrutiny A Purdue University scientist stands by his findings of a hydrogen isotope undergoing fusion in imploding bubbles. Meanwhile, a group of researchers funded by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to reproduce his results saw no evidence of fusion. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 28, 2006
Jon Evans
Double-Whammy Analysis to Probe Nanotubes Chemists and physicists have probed the electronic and physical structure of single-walled carbon nanotubes in unprecedented detail using both Raman scattering spectroscopy and electron diffraction. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2006
David Kushner
Time Tunnels Meet Warped Passages In a twist of timing unto itself, the DVD release of The Time Tunnel comes when the real science of warped passages is making waves. Warped Passages is the trippy and groundbreaking book on the hidden dimensions of the universe by Harvard physicist Lisa Randall. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2006
Jim Holt
Beyond the Standard Model Book Reviews: Warped Passages: Unraveling The Mysteries of the Universe's Hidden Dimensions by Lisa Randall... The Cosmic Landscape: String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design by Leonard Susskind... etc. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2006
The Collider Calamity While the Europeans and Japanese build new particle accelerators, the U.S. is poised to shut down its premier colliders at Fermilab and SLAC over the next few years. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 22, 2006
Clare E Boothby
Going with the Flow Researchers say they can overcome the problems of modelling flow in fluids like mayonnaise, engine oil and snow by taking thixotropy into account. This insight may help to model fluid flow in avalanches and landslides. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Reactive Reports
Issue 53
David Bradley
Repulsive Particles Particles that one might expect to mutually repel somehow manage to form clusters in solution. This finding could be important for understanding how polymers become organized and improve the prospects of the burgeoning field of soft matter research. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Scientific American
March 20, 2006
JR Minkel
In the Groove Measuring a black hole's spin by a crease in spacetime. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Scientific American
March 6, 2006
Graham P. Collins
Ion Power In their quest to build a computer that would take advantage of quantum mechanics, physicists are pursuing a number of disparate technologies. Teams working with trapped atomic ions have demonstrated several landmark feats that the other approaches will be hard-pressed to match. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2006
J. R. Minkel
Quantum Leap For Quantum Computing The most promising technology for constructing an ultrapowerful quantum computer is the ion trap, a nest of electrodes that holds ions in midair. Researchers have now built the first such ion-trap chips. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
<Older 211-220 Newer>    Return to current articles.