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The rapid and on-going development of micro-miniature optical electronic devices is helping to usher in a new era of photonic computers and light-based memories that promise super-fast processor speeds and ultra-secure communications. However, as these components are shrunk...

source: Gizmag

Somewhere on University College London’s campus there is a lab occupied by a number of engineers making breakfast. Everyone in the lab is possessed with a singular purpose: creating the perfect flapjack. The maniacal pursuit of...

source: Motherboard

Almost a month after Stephen Hawking and his colleagues posted a paper about black holes online, physicists still cannot agree on what it means. Some support the preprint’s claim—that it provides a promising way to tackle a conundrum known as the black hole information...

source: Scientific American

Researchers have engineered tiny gold particles that can assemble into a variety of crystalline structures simply by adding a bit of DNA to the solution that surrounds them. Down the road, such reprogrammable particles could be used to make materials that reshape themselves...

source: Science Magazine

The suspected discovery of a blob of nuclear matter with four neutrons but no protons has physicists scratching their heads. If confirmed by further experiments, this "tetraneutron" would be the first example of something that many theorists say should not exist. Read the...

source: ScienceNews

A new technique that uses diamonds and quantum logic to detect the tiny magnetic fields of single molecules has been unveiled by researchers in the US and Germany. The team then used the technique to detect nuclear magnetic resonance signals from single molecules of a common...

source: PhysicsWorld


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