Medicine & TechnologyResearchers discovered a new physical impact relative to the interactions between light and twisted materials, an impact that's possible to have consequences for developing new nanotechnologies in communications
Researchers have suggested some unexplained findings from the XENON1T experiment conducted in Italy may have resulted from dark energy, rather than the dark matter this said investigation was originally designed to identify.
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.
Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed new open-source software that could evaluate quantum annealers down to the individual qubit level aside from also characterizing noise.
Earlier this month, physicists at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) near Chicago reported the results of the Muon g-2 experiment - and a study released the same day challenges decades of study on the subject.