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By shining laser light at carbon nanotubes containing special defects, scientists in the U.S. and Japan have taken a step forward in the quest to deliver single photons at room temperature and at wavelengths suited to the telecommunications industry. The technique, which...

source: PhysicsWorld

When an extraordinarily sensitive dark matter experiment goes online at one of the world’s deepest underground research labs, the chances are better than ever that it will find evidence for particles of dark matter—a substance that makes up 85 percent of all...

source: Symmetry Magazine

A new survey has produced a map of the distribution of dark matter and how it moved and clumped over the past 7 billion years, or half the lifespan of the universe. As expected, the survey showed that the dark matter of the universe was lumpy. However, there was a surprise...

source: LiveScience

A small tweak on a definitive experiment in quantum physics has allowed scientists to observe for the first time exactly how molecules behave as waves. The results are solidly in line with what theory covering complex quantum phenomena...

source: ScienceAlert

Cross two flashlight beams and they pass right through one another. That’s because particles of light, or photons, are mostly antisocial — they don’t interact with each other. But now scientists have spotted evidence...

source: ScienceNews

I entered the packed cafeteria with tray in hand, searching for the right food to eat. Around me, hundreds of people of all ages spoke excitedly in dozens of different languages, commenting on each other's ideas, asking questions, and thinking of the next steps in their...

source: NPR


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