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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
May 2, 2008
Richard Van Noorden
Heaviest element claim criticised Scientists claiming to have discovered the super-heavy element 122 have had their research dismissed by physicists who say their measurements are suspect. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
May 1, 2008
Sally Adee
The Mysterious Memristor Researchers at Hewlett Packard have solved the 37-year mystery of the memory resistor, the missing 4th circuit element. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Fast Company
May 2008
Theunis Bates
Primer: The Big-Bang Machine The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) will power up later this summer and start smashing particles together to try to understand the beginnings of the universe. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 9, 2008
Prachi Patel-Predd
Antineutrino Detector Could Spot Atom Bomb Cheats A new type of detector that researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), and Sandia National Laboratories, recently tested detects particles known as antineutrinos that fly out of the reactor. The device can help in monitoring nuclear reactors. mark for My Articles 165 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2008
John Boyd
Electromagnetic Link Deep in the Earth Varies the Length of the Day Scientists find that 2600 kilometers down, the Earth is electrically conductive. The mineral responsible could point the way to new superconductors. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
March 24, 2008
Gary Wolf
Futurist Ray Kurzweil Pulls Out All the Stops (and Pills) to Live to Witness the Singularity The famous inventors lifetime goal is to travel across a frontier in time, to pass through the border between our era and a future without human life. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2008
Saswato R. Das
Physicists Make Artificial Black Hole Using Optical Fiber Scientists in Scotland say they have created a black hole's event horizon using laser pulses and microstructured optical fiber. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 25, 2008
Erik Sofge
MIT Fights for Clean Power With Holy Grail of Fusion in Reach A look down the belly of extreme machines producing forces 100,000 times stronger than the Earth's and forecasting the future of efficient energy. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 21, 2008
Simon Hadlington
Taking the Measure of Atomic Friction Scientists in the US and Germany have successfully used an atomic force microscope to determine exactly how much effort is needed to drag a single atom of cobalt across the surface of different metals. mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2008
Peter Fairley
Does Fusion Have a Future? U.S. funding reversal for ITER suggests that fusion energy, which always seems to be close to discovery, has run out of time. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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