Search and Discovery
The work of these three helps today’s optical researchers both measure and understand quantum phenomena.
Rats exposed to ultrasound and injected with tiny DNA-coated bubbles grow new blood vessels.
Issues and Events
A National Academy of Sciences study warns that without strong steps to improve federal support for science and technology, the quality of life in the US is threatened.
Combating nuclear proliferation and improving reactor safety are highlighted by this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.
Conference delegates shaped ideas for how physics can contribute to sustainable development in the areas of education, economic development, energy and environment, and health.
Whether one detector is moved to Australia or left in Washington State, the upgraded version of the three-pronged Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory is expected to deliver results.
In 1859 Michael Faraday postulated that a thin film of liquid covers the surface of ice—even at temperatures well below freezing. Neglected for nearly a century, the dynamics of ice surfaces has now grown into an active research topic.