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The first interstellar visitor to our solar system, could it be a technosignature of extraterrestrial intelligence?

“Considering an artificial origin, one possibility is that ‘Oumuamua is a lightsail, floating in interstellar space as a debris from an advanced technological equipment”

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Nature’s effective way of conducting electrons

Circulation of electrons is essential in electronics and also for living organisms. While in our computers, we use semiconductor made mainly of silicon crystal, Nature has found a better effective way: proteins. Protein structures facilitate long-range electron-transfer. Scientists showed structural features of proteins have elements that facilitate electronic conductivity. The chiral-induced spin selectivity (CISS) effect gives us important insight for spin-selective processes in biology and allows the use of chiral molecules in spintronics applications.

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Super-Fast 3D printers

A new printer known as the ‘replicator’ could soon make the innovative and futuristic 3D printers a thing of the past.

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Astronomy accessible for people with hearing loss

Deaf individuals have a more developed sense of touch than hearing people due to their brain ‘rewiring’ in a process called neuroplasticity

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Panpsychism as an Observational Science

Could the Universe Be Conscious?
Some of the world’s most renowned scientists are questioning whether the cosmos has an inner life similar to our own.

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The first photo of a Black Hole is almost here!

In the days to come, the ETH will make public the so much expected first image, to be compared to the many simulations to date, which are so well summarized in the article by Michelle Starr.

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Quasars Shed New Light on the Hubble Constant

The expansion of the universe, as characterized by the Hubble constant, now has a new variable to add to the equation – the light from quasars!

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Is spacetime a quantum code?

In 2014, physicists found evidence of a deep connection between quantum error correction and the nature of space, time and gravity. Generally, gravity is defined as the fabric of space and time but beyond Einstein’s theory, there must be a quantum origin from which the space-time somehow emerges. And in 2018, a new theory suggested that quantum error correction is “essential for maintaining the smoothness of space-time at the horizon” of a two-mouthed black hole, called a wormhole.

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Spectral Signatures of a Black Hole spinning at almost the speed of light

The estimated spinning rate is 92-95% the speed of light, with a mass of 5-10 M (million solar masses).

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Total Eclipse of the Moon

The first total lunar eclipse of the year happens this Sunday and the United States is in prime position for optimal viewing.

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Topological materials: a new dimension of properties and their amazing applications

Topological materials provide certain electronic states that persist despite a modification to their physical shape. What’s important isn’t the shape itself but the structure of its electronic bands; regions of electronic energy distribution particular to each material.

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A disturbance in the field

The Earth’s magnetic field appears to be shifting and geologists don’t know why.

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The Importance of Mindfulness

Studies suggest that mindfulness practices may help people manage stress, cope better with serious illness and reduce anxiety and depression. Many people who practice mindfulness report an increased ability to relax, a greater enthusiasm for life and improved self-esteem.

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The Casimir Torque validated experimentally for the first time

Through the choice of the materials, researchers at the University of Maryland achieved control over the direction – or sign – of the torque, its strength, and its dependence on the rotation angle and the separation distance between the materials.

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