Astronomers from the University of Montreal (UdeM) discovered that the core mass for exoplanet WASP-107b is a lot lower than previously thought necessary to form giant gas planets such as Saturn and Jupiter.
Cell velocity has long been speculated to be affected by the adhesive potential of the surface underneath it, although the exact mechanisms remain unknown. Now, a new study has answered this decades-long question.
Chaotic systems are systems that are sensitively dependent on initial conditions and, while appearing predictable at first, grows increasingly more random - and researchers have observed one such system using ultrafast cameras.
As a key technology in achieving the next generation of communications and computing technologies, quantum entanglement has been a topic of interest in the scientific community - with the latest efforts detailing how to achieve it through the application of heat.
A recent collaboration between Oregon State University's College of Engineering, Cornell University, and the Argonne National Laboratory has made significant progress in hydrogen extraction from water.
Ice, water's solid form, has always been a curious case from the early humans to modern-day physicists. However, a new study observing an obscure property of ice might explain its seemingly anomalous behavior.
Carbon spheres - small spherical structures that have found large applications in carbon capture and energy storage - can now be created faster and more sustainably in a novel technique developed by researchers.