Medicine & TechnologyResearchers from the Sao Paulo State University used physics concepts such as magnetism, percolation, and Bethe lattice to describe how social distancing and quarantine effectively reduces the spread of COVID-19
Research experiments led by Professor Andrew Pustogow debunked the 1990s superconductivity experiment with new measurements of strontium ruthenate that have been found to be perfect materials for understanding the bizarre characteristics of superconductivity.
A team of physicists discovers the capability of subatomic particle charm mesons to oscillate between particle and antiparticle state. The findings could open research for other particles outside the Standard Model and may answer questions about antimatter.
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Researchers from the University of Queensland have developed a revolutionary quantum microscope that allows scientists to peer into the minuscule world of complex biological structures using the science of quantum entanglement.
UPS changed routes by avoiding left turns to reduce travel times, fuel consumption, and carbon emissions. A Penn State transportation engineering professor believes that adapting this method will promote a safer city driving experience.
For several years, the scientific consensus is that the dark mass in the middle of the Milky Way, designated Sagittarius A*, is a black hole - and a new study is challenging the widely-accepted notion.
Many children and even adults see science as dull, complicated, and only for specific people because it involves experiments, discovery, and exploration. Give your children modern scientific gifts and make them realize that science is cool, fun, and interesting!