Search and Discovery
After subtle modifications, a technique borrowed from nuclear magnetic resonance can suppress the bane of quantum information processing: decoherence.
Their distribution of redshifts manifests the falling cosmic rate of star formation since its heyday some two billion years after the Big Bang.
Issues and Events
But a government-industry consortium might provide a boost for US PV manufacturers.
Science adviser to George W. Bush says researchers, models, and decision tools could bring more rationality to science budgets and policies.
New high-resolution data and images, derived from the light gathered by separated telescopes, are revealing that stars are not always as they seem.
Our bones are full of microscopic cracks, but the hierarchical character of the bones’ structure—from molecular to macroscopic scales—makes them remarkably resistant to fracture.