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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
March 10, 2010
Jon Cartwright
Nanotube 'fuse' generates power A fundamentally new type of power generation may be on the horizon thanks to researchers in the US and Korea who have created a nanotube 'fuse' that harnesses the energy from chemical reactions. mark for My Articles 134 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 7, 2010
Simon Hadlington
Solvated electron mystery solved Researchers have answered a riddle that has been puzzling scientists for decades: why is it that electrons in an aqueous environment appear to exist in two distinct states mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 4, 2010
Andy Extance
Silver sputtered nano chips mimic brain synapse US researchers aiming to emulate the functionality of a cat's brain have developed an easily-fabricated, robust nanoscale device that imitates the connectivity between neurons in the brain. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 3, 2010
Jon Cartwright
Hydrocarbon turns superconductor Researchers in Japan have created the first superconducting material based on a molecule of carbon and hydrogen atoms. mark for My Articles 221 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2, 2010
Anna Lewcock
New high tech nuclear lab for EU A new state-of-the-art facility in Germany will significantly boost Europe's ability to identify and characterise minute traces of nuclear material as part of ongoing safeguarding and non-proliferation activities. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2010
Philip Ball
Column: The crucible Superatoms reinforce the notion that chemistry is more about electrons than elements, says the author mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2010
Bikkannavar & Redding
Software for Optical Systems Spells the End of Blur NASA software that calculates optical aberrations will sharpen images from space and could redefine perfect vision for humans mark for My Articles 69 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2010
Neil Savage
Medical Imagers Lower the Dose Radiation-lowering techniques were in the works even before studies showed a danger from CT scans and exposure to ionizing radiation. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2010
Saswato R. Das
Scientists Solve Mystery of Superinsulators The opposite of superconductivity might lead to strange new circuits mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2010
Kieron Murphy
Frank Oppenheimer, the Man Who Made Science Fun The brother of Robert Oppenheimer marched to the beat of his own drummer. A new biography, Something Incredibly Wonderful Happens, by K.C. Cole, tells his story. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
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