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Searching for cosmic-ray boosted sub-GeV dark matter

Physicists worldwide are continuing their search for dark matter. It is an elusive type of matter that does not absorb which reflect or emit...

Researchers test key neutrino model at the Large Hadron Collider

The CMS collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has carried out a new test on a model that was developed to explain the...

Researchers bridge the gap between disciplines to better understand chemical reactions

Simon Fraser University researchers are yielding new insights into how chemical reactions can be understood and guided. Results of their interdisciplinary approach have been...

Novel particle detector used to study alternate path to carbon creation in stars

Washington University in St. Louis is part of a collaboration that has yielded new insight into one of the universe's primordial reactions that made...

Heat flow shown to be more efficient when temperature is oscillating than when static

Institute of Scientific Instruments scientists have shown that heat flows more efficiently when the temperature of the material through which it is flowing oscillates....

Observation of the branched flow of spatially incoherent light in dish soap

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology researchers have conducted the first experimental observation of the branched flow of spatially incoherent light by using liquid dish soap. The...

Deep UV photodetectors head to real-world testing

Numerous devices and detectors sense and catalog deep ultraviolet frequencies which the Earth's ozone layer otherwise absorbs. Most solar-blind space-borne imaging platforms still rely...

Physics models better define what makes pasta ‘al dente’

Achieving the perfect al dente texture for a pasta noodle can be tough. Noodles can take different times to fully cook and different recipes...

Simulating supernova remnants star formation in earthbound lab

Molecular clouds are collections of gas and dust in space. The clouds remain in their state of peaceful equilibrium, when left alone. Shockwaves can...

Astrophysicists theorize a new type of neutron star

Scientists have proposed the existence of a new type of neutron star. The study was published in the journal Physical Review Letters. Scientists suggested that...

Researchers show corkscrew elastic waves carry well-defined orbital angular momentum

University of Exeter and Piazza Leonardo da Vinci scientists have shown that corkscrew elastic waves carry well-defined orbital angular momentum. The study has been...

Breakthrough discovery in light interactions with nanoparticles paves the way for advances in optical computing

Computers are an indispensable part of our daily lives. Computers that can work faster, solve complex problems more efficiently leave smaller environmental footprints by...

ATLAS and CMS collaborations chase the invisible with the Higgs boson

The Higgs boson lives for an extremely short time before it transforms into other particles. It is through the detection of some of these...

New Study sheds light on axion dark matter

Durham University and Kings College London scientists have presented a theoretical review in a new study. The study strongly supports the search for axion...

Scientists couple remote ions using a wire conductor

Scientists have succeeded in coupling remotely located ions. They have used a wire conductor. Scientists have showed that individual particles can sense one another...