A tabletop gravitational wave detector has recently recorded mysterious signals in, its over 150 days of operation. Two mysterious signals were specifically recorded by the device, a piece of ringing quartz.
Researchers from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), together with their colleagues from China, were able to experimentally demonstrate superconductivity in cerium superhydrides.
Unknown to many, there is a lot of physics behind walking with a cup of coffee on hand and preventing it from spilling. Now, scientists want to use the mechanism behind in various fields, like soft robotics.
An international project involving PSL University in France, Harvard University in the U.S., and the Central University of Punjab in India devised a new technique for visualizing microscopic 3D displacement of an object across a large surface.
Exercise helps build muscle, but research on the cellular mechanism behind muscle growth is rare. Researchers from the University of Cambridge developed a mathematical model that can tell how much exercise is needed to build muscles.