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An acoustic metamaterial made of tiny polystyrene spheres suspended in water can be reconfigured in less than one tenth of a second.

source: Physics World

Dragging a droplet across a graphene layer generates a small but potentially useful voltage.

source: Ars Technica

A single exposure to loud but not deafening noise may be enough to precipitate irreparable harm to nerves in the auditory system.

source: Scientific American

Viscosity helps create a shape that lets liquid pop off the surface it strikes.

source: Ars Technica

A long-sought fugitive has been caught at the world's largest particle accelerator. Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider confirm that a provocative particle called Z(4430) actually exists — and it may be the strongest evidence yet for a new form of matter called...

source: NewScientist

Computers and cell phones rely on a three-century-old approach to computation that represents data with a binary system. However, it’s possible that some computations will shift to a different system entirely thanks to developments in the field of quantum computing.

source: Ars Technica


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