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  1. It's all relative: 100 years of Einstein's theory marked by reportRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 |

    ... or whirl like dough in a Mixmaster. It could even rip or tear." These concepts reframed the entire field of physics. But as The Times story says, Einstein conceived of them almost by accident and required years of work before he finally committed ...


  2. Hot property! Concept table turns the heat generated from cups of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Mail on Sunday

    ... be placed on, or near, a wireless charging pad to power-up. The technology incorporated in the design uses basic physics by exploiting the differences in temperature between two surfaces to generate electricity. On an atomic scale, the temperature ...


  3. A new way to make X-raysRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Science Blog

    ... device could emerge from this, he says with a smile, is "from three years, to never." Hrvoje Buljan, a professor of physics at the University of Zagreb in Croatia, who was not involved in this study, says the work provides "a significant new ...


  4. Physicists Are Desperate to Be Wrong About the Higgs BosonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Wired

    ... realm. Students who landed a spot on a LHC research team had a chance to aid the biggest discovery in modern physics. Glaysher bit. Then, two months before he started his PhD program with the University of Edinburgh's CERN team, the LHC's ATLAS and ...


  5. New Research Offers Quantum Leap for Long-distance Secure CommunicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    ... would enable execution of challenging long-distance quantum teleportation experiments involving quantum dots. "The physics behind quantum communication, by their very nature, make data transfer utterly secure- any tampering with either side of the ...


  6. Einstein and His General Theory of RelativityRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Infoplease

    ... tensor calculus. Both the special and general theories have been established and accepted into the structure of physics. Einstein also sought unsuccessfully for many years to incorporate the theory into a unified field theory valid also for ...


  7. Everyman & Playhouse Set Spring 2016 SeasonRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 |

    ... an unexpected take on the environment. Later in the year YEP will present Quantum, a play about space, quantum physics and our place in the universe. The Playhouse Studio has established itself as the perfect space for intimate storytelling and will ...


  8. A century ago, Einstein's theory of relativity changed everythingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... trains to the universe. According to that foundational theory, now known as special relativity, the laws of physics don't care how fast you are going - the laws of physics and the speed of light are the same. Einstein figured that the laws of ...


  9. New cervical brachytherapy technique could improve treatment outcomes ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Medical News Today

    A new brachytherapy technique using a shield that rotates in a corkscrew pattern inside a tube-shaped intrauterine applicator could improve cervical cancer treatments, boosting the radiation dose while sparing the healthy tissue around it. Researchers report on the technique in the current issue of Medical Physics , the monthly journal of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine , the professional organization of medical physicists, who ensure radiation therapy and imaging procedures are safe and effective.


  10. Physicists explain the unusual behavior of strongly disordered superconductorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | EurekAlert!

    ... of a substance. In the paper published by the scientists in Physical Review B: Condensed Matter And Materials Physics , they discuss so-called pseudogapped superconductors. The term "gap" appears in the quantum theory of superconductivity and is a ...


  11. Two-Phase Continuum Models for Geophysical Particle-Fluid FlowsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 22 | PhysicsWeb Events

    ... or industry professional can help find the job for you. Are you looking for a supplier? Physics Connect lists thousands of scientific companies, businesses, non-profit organizations, institutions and experts worldwide. The Lake ...


  12. Ionic compoundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Times Educational Supplement

    ... given along with prep room requests. TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program. This resource will provide you with a great lesson and save you that precious commodity - time Lesson Overview Name the ...


  13. Einsteina s General Relativity at 100: Put that in your pipe and smoke itRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | The Washington Post

    ... blackboard upon which Einstein's equation has been written in chalk (we learn, among other tidbits, that theoretical physics is still done largely with equations scrawled on blackboards). He is Robbert Dijkgraaf , director of the Institute for ...


  14. Better Than Sci-FiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Scientific American

    ... projection. But these imaginings all seem downright tame compared with the mind-bending science now coming out of physics and astronomy. The weirdness begins at the moment of creation. We have long thought of the big bang as the beginning of time, ...


  15. The Warped Beauty of Gravitational Lenses: PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | How Stuff Works

    In November 1915, Albert Einstein published his famous theory of general relativity, a theory that began a revolution in physics and transformed our view on the entire universe. A key component of general relativity is that a massive object like a planet, star, galaxy or cluster of galaxies can have a dramatic warping effect on the "fabric" of the universe -- known as "spacetime."


  16. Scientists use subatomic particles to send super-secure encrypted dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Daily Mail

    An unhackable form of communication that exploits the weird world of quantum physics could make the devices we use to browse the internet far more secure. There are growing concerns about the amount of personal and financial information we transmit over the internet, making it vulnerable to attack by hackers who may wish to steal it.


  17. Ural Federal University, Russia, is ready to host the International Young Physicists' TournamentRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | PR Log

    Nov. 24, 2015 - PRLog -- One of the key events in the life of school-students who are interested in physics will be held in Ekaterinburg in the summer of 2016. Ural Federal University hosts the International Young Physicists' Tournament .


  18. Instantaneous longwave radiative impact of ozone: an application on IASI/MetOp observationsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | CiteULike

    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , Vol. 15, No. 22. , pp. 12971-12987, doi:10.5194/acp-15-12971-2015 Ozone is an important greenhouse gas in terms of anthropogenic radiative forcing .


  19. Instead Of 'What,' Be Grateful For 'When' This ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    ... of time but, really, I don't need to go that far. We all already understand time's mystery, whether we have a PhD in physics or not. After all, it was William Shakespeare who reminded us: "We are such stuff/As dreams are made on; and our little ...


  20. [Interview] Michael Livingston on His Secret Historical Fantasy the Shards of HeavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | SF Signal

    ... in a variety of other genres and venues, from a historical retelling of Beowulf to a brief story about quantum physics in the world-renowned journal of science, Nature. In his academic life, he has published more than a dozen articles on subjects as ...