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The oldest Nobel laureate has created a source of cheap electricity

The oldest Nobel laureate has created a source of cheap electricity

In 2018, the Nobel prize in physics was 96-year-old Arthur Ashkin. He was awarded for the invention of optical tweezers, allowing you to hold microscopic objects by size using a laser light. As it turned out, it's not only his ide...

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2019-01-28

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The best place to search for dark matter can be the bowels of the Earth

The best place to search for dark matter can be the bowels of the Earth

Nearly two dozen underground labs around the world, lined with vats of liquid or blocks of metal and semiconductors, scientists are looking for traces of dark matter. Their experiments are getting harder and harder, and the search...

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2019-01-20

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Scientists: Use black holes for space travel, but only with caution

Scientists: Use black holes for space travel, but only with caution

One of the most interesting themes in modern science fiction is the concept of using black holes as portals to another universe, time or dimension. Many astrophysicists claim that in these terms is simply impossible. However, a gr...

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2019-01-10

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For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

the Large Hadron Collider — is one of the most amazing inventions of mankind, responsible for the discovery of numerous subatomic particles, including the elusive Higgs boson. And recently, new data hint at new discoveries b...

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2019-01-07

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For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

the Large Hadron Collider — is one of the most amazing inventions of mankind, responsible for the discovery of numerous subatomic particles, including the elusive Higgs boson. And recently, new data hint at new discoveries b...

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2019-01-07

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The new model of the Universe explain dark energy

The new model of the Universe explain dark energy

Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden have proposed a new model of the Universe, capable, in their opinion, to solve the mystery of dark energy, which according to many theoretical physicists, responsible for the expansion...

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2018-12-31

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Scientists have achieved superconductivity at record high temperatures

Scientists have achieved superconductivity at record high temperatures

from school lessons of physics we know that an electric current flowing through a conductor meets with resistance. Because of this, a lot of energy is expended for nothing, but in 1911, scientists have noticed a strange feature of...

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2018-12-14

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Smallest particles. How are they fundamental?

Smallest particles. How are they fundamental?

what is at the most basic, fundamental level? Is there a smallest possible brick or set of bricks from which you can build literally everything in our Universe that cannot be divided into something smaller? To this question scienc...

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2018-12-13

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The large hadron Collider closes for two years

The large hadron Collider closes for two years

the world's Most powerful particle accelerator went silent. 3 December 2018 particles made its last run, finished the last round at the Large hadron Collider, after which the scientists switched off the machine for two years for s...

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2018-12-04

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Nuclear

Nuclear "knots" will help to solve the mystery of atoms

Nodular structures called Sirmione, can help scientists unravel the inner workings of atomic nuclei. Skyrmion is a tiny perturbation in matter, swirling pattern similar to the knot that is difficult to unravel. In the 1960-ies of ...

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2018-11-22

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Chinese tokamak plasma heated to 100 million degrees Celsius

Chinese tokamak plasma heated to 100 million degrees Celsius

using the experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST), which is called Chinese "artificial sun", the physicists were able to heat plasma to 100 million degrees Celsius (which is 6 times hotter than the core of our star) a...

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2018-11-14

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The greatest mystery of the Universe: what is space-time?

The greatest mystery of the Universe: what is space-time?

"what is it made Of space-time?" asks physicist Aron wall from the Stanford Institute for theoretical physics. In the past there is no physics in different ways trying to make sense of the riddle of space-time, treating it not jus...

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2018-11-10

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Antigravity possible? Science promises to figure it out very soon

Antigravity possible? Science promises to figure it out very soon

One of the most amazing facts in science is how the universal laws of nature. Each particle is subject to the same rules and experiences the same force exists in the same fundamental constants, regardless of where and when. From t...

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2018-11-08

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Scientists will change kilogram weight to avoid accidents

Scientists will change kilogram weight to avoid accidents

In today's world, when every day scientists are developing new technologies in the fields of medicine, aerospace and military Affairs, even the slightest deviation from the standards of the international system of units SI can be ...

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2018-11-07

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CERN begins a new gravity experiments with antimatter

CERN begins a new gravity experiments with antimatter

the European organization for nuclear research (CERN) continues experiments using particle accelerators. This time scientists want to conduct another study of antimatter. In this case we are talking about the effect of gravity. Af...

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2018-11-03

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Danish physicists have questioned the detection of gravitational waves

Danish physicists have questioned the detection of gravitational waves

the First direct detection of gravitational waves was revealed to the world on 11 February 2016 and has generated headlines around the world. For the opening in 2017 of physics received the Nobel prize and launched a new era of gr...

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2018-11-01

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In simple words: what is superstring theory?

In simple words: what is superstring theory?

Today, the scientific picture of the world develops in such a way that our Universe operates two sets of laws — the General theory of relativity, which explains the beautiful work of gravity, and quantum mechanics, which describes...

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2018-10-29

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Created the smallest optical gyro in the world

Created the smallest optical gyro in the world

a Gyroscope is a device which helps the cars, drones, portable and stationary electronics to understand its position in three-dimensional space. They can not do without the most sophisticated technologies on which we rely in every...

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2018-10-26

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Between string theorists dispute broke out: what if dark energy is not constant?

Between string theorists dispute broke out: what if dark energy is not constant?

Harvard physicist Qumran Vafa is one of the strongest supporters of string theory. But this summer, other theorists strings pounced on his last sentence, which may discredit their ideas, based on a decade of the assumption that th...

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2018-10-25

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It turns out that the electron is almost perfectly round. What does this mean for physics?

It turns out that the electron is almost perfectly round. What does this mean for physics?

the Electrons are almost perfectly round. This is revealed in research published recently in the journal Nature. Why is it important? Because more flattened form could hint at the presence of invisible subatomic particles. And so,...

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2018-10-25

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