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Leonids annual show

The Leonid meteor shower will be peaking this weekend.

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Electromics – The Double-Aspect of Life

Biologist Dr. Daniel Fels recently published an essay in Biology on the interaction of matter and the so-called bioelectricity as a functional unity for regulation of living cells.

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A virtual telescope the size of the Earth!

Since April 2017 the EHT team have been collecting data on Sagittarius A* and comparing it to models of what GRT predicts the black hole to look like.

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Do galactic haloes have a constant density?

Galactic halos – comprising of the theorized dark matter halo– show an interesting characteristic in the constant nature of their volume density.

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A two layers graphene superconductor material

Scientists have discovered that a two graphene layers can conduct electrons showing superconductivity if the two hexagonal nets are twisted against each other at a 1.1 degree angle. This finding could lead to room-temperature superconductors, a hypothetical material exhibiting superconductivity at temperatures above 0 °C (273.15 K). Most superconductors work only at temperatures close to absolute zero. Even ‘high-temperature’ superconductors are working in reality at −140 ºC. A material that displayed the property at room temperature — eliminating the need for expensive cooling — could revolutionize energy transmission, medical scanners and transport.

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13.5-billion-year-old star sheds light on star formation

A star that formed at the time of the early universe has just been identified, and its unique characteristics may reveal new insights to star formation.

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Liquid light at room temperature!

The superfluidity state can be thought of as a fifth state of matter

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Articles & Reviews

Time Crystals: A New Form Of Matter That Could Change Everything

You probably haven’t heard about time crystals, but you need to know about them. They’re a completely new form of matter that could change everything.

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Bioreactor device helps frogs regenerate their legs

A team of scientists designed a device that can induce partial hindlimb regeneration in adult aquatic African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis) by “kick-starting” tissue repair at the amputation site. Their findings, appearing November 6 in the journal Cell Reports, introduce a new model for testing “electroceuticals,” or cell-stimulating therapies.

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New advanced light tractor beam moving atoms

Tractor beams are often shown in science fiction film to move heavy weight. Even if our current technology is not advanced enough to lift large load, physicists have managed to move small objects using acoustic or laser tractor beam. As mentioned in a recent article, we saw acoustic tractor beam grabbing objects from behind obstacles. This time researchers manage to build a light beam able to attract and repel particles about 100 times further than has been previously achieved.

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Mysterious Mercury

Planet formation is not yet understood and to complicate matters Mercury is an anomaly – now a new ambitious mission hopes to resolve the mysteries and shed light on planet formation.

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Waterconference 2018

We have recently posted news about the vaporization of water droplets and their unique shapes. In these kind of experiments, huge difference can be seen in different individuals making the droplets.

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Acoustic tractor beam can grab objects from behind obstacles

If we start thinking of sound like light, imagination becomes the limit

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The Big Bang: A Big Bounce?

The most spread worldview on the origin of our Universe, is that of the big explosion, commonly known as the Big Bang (BB). We have asked ourselves what happens right after, at the first instants of the universe… the most accepted view among cosmologists is that of an exponential expansion, called the inflation theory.

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