From the Editor
Search and Discovery
When blindness sets in gradually, the patient’s remaining vision can hinder prospective treatments. In a new experimental strategy, researchers turn to a different wavelength.
The gradual emergence of delocalized electron states in lithium–ammonia solutions underlies their transition.
Issues and Events
Opposition in the public and private sectors is growing against a US telecommunications plan that would allow one company to use its satellite communications radio spectrum for terrestrial applications.
A team of women working in the physics laboratory at Wellesley College carried out some of the first successful x-ray experiments in the US.
The link between information and physics has been implicit since James Clerk Maxwell introduced his famous demon. Information is now emerging as a key concept to bridge physics and biology.
The two-dimensional materials form one- and zero-dimensional hollow structures with a host of promising mechanical, optical, and electrical properties.