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Supporting emerging astronomers across Africa
Physics Today 77 (6), 10 (2024);
Roman Jackiw and the chiral anomaly
Physics Today 77 (6), 11 (2024);
Physics Today 77 (6), 11 (2024);

Search and Discovery

Physics Today 77 (6), 12–14 (2024);

For the first time, the energy level of an atomic nucleus has been directly manipulated with a laser.

Physics Today 77 (6), 15–16 (2024);

Geophysical models and data analysis show that subsurface titanium causes anomalies in the Moon’s gravitational field.

Physics Today 77 (6), 17 (2024);

An image-scouring AI model assists researchers in finding signatures of the most elusive variety of neutrino.

Physics Today 77 (6), 18 (2024);

A glass bead containing an impact crater just 9 µm across is the source of otherworldly titanium oxide compounds.

Physics Today 77 (6), 19 (2024);

The Jovian moon’s abundance of a heavy sulfur isotope is higher than that of any other object in the solar system.

Physics Today 77 (6), 19–20 (2024);

The bespoke biomolecules interact with molecular targets in predictable, controllable ways.

Issues and Events

Physics Today 77 (6), 21–23 (2024);

Widespread reconductoring of the US transmission system could ease bottlenecks that are preventing renewable energy sources from hooking up to power grids.

Physics Today 77 (6), 24–25 (2024);

Nuclear and nonnuclear nations need to act to prevent the growing risk of accidental or deliberate use, says the former US secretary of energy.

Physics Today 77 (6), 26–27 (2024);

Science over subjectivity could increase juries’ confidence in gun identification.

Physics Today 77 (6), 28–29 (2024);

The student-run organization seeks to increase outreach in Asia, Latin America, and the US.


Physics Today 77 (6), 30–36 (2024);

After some two decades of advances in manufacturing processes, microLEDs have the quality and capabilities necessary for many display applications.

Physics Today 77 (6), 38–43 (2024);

Some of the fastest processes in physical and biological systems can be studied by generating ultrashort electron pulses.

Physics Today 77 (6), 44–50 (2024);

Research that combines fluid dynamics and climate science is uncovering the inner workings of the North Atlantic’s overturning circulation. Future changes to that circulation system could trigger major disruptions to global weather patterns.

New Products

Physics Today 77 (6), 51–52 (2024);

Quick Study

Physics Today 77 (6), 54–55 (2024);

Microwave atomic clocks can easily be synchronized across long distances using RF methods. Their more precise optical cousins require a subtler approach.

Back Scatter

Physics Today 77 (6), 56 (2024);
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