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Neckties or not, and a quick fix

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 12-12, May 2020.

Neckties or not, and a quick fix

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 12-12, May 2020.

A physicist out of academia

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 12-12, May 2020.

A physicist out of academia

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 12-12, May 2020.

Radar points the way to detecting cosmic neutrinos

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 14-16, May 2020.
A laboratory experiment at SLAC offers the first observations of radio-wave reflections from ionization trails of particle showers in a transparent solid.

Radar points the way to detecting cosmic neutrinos

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 14-16, May 2020.
A laboratory experiment at SLAC offers the first observations of radio-wave reflections from ionization trails of particle showers in a transparent solid.

Localized electric field manipulates a nuclear spin

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 16-18, May 2020.
The atom-level control could provide the precision required for some quantum computing applications.

Localized electric field manipulates a nuclear spin

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 16-18, May 2020.
The atom-level control could provide the precision required for some quantum computing applications.

Spongy hydrogels clean textured paintings

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 18-20, May 2020.
Washing away the dirt from an artistic masterpiece is especially tricky when the surface is not flat. New materials can help.

Spongy hydrogels clean textured paintings

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 18-20, May 2020.
Washing away the dirt from an artistic masterpiece is especially tricky when the surface is not flat. New materials can help.

Teaching science in prisons brings rewards

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 27-29, May 2020.
Highly motivated, incarcerated students surmount obstacles to further their education.

Teaching science in prisons brings rewards

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 27-29, May 2020.
Highly motivated, incarcerated students surmount obstacles to further their education.

An atomic physics perspective on the kilogram’s new definition

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 32-38, May 2020.
A fixed value for Planck’s constant connects the kilogram to frequency measurements.

An atomic physics perspective on the kilogram’s new definition

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 32-38, May 2020.
A fixed value for Planck’s constant connects the kilogram to frequency measurements.

NSF and postwar US science

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 40-46, May 2020.
In the early days of NSF, its leaders dreamed of large-scale federal investment in basic science but had to carve out a place for the new foundation in the complicated landscape of US science funding.

NSF and postwar US science

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 40-46, May 2020.
In the early days of NSF, its leaders dreamed of large-scale federal investment in basic science but had to carve out a place for the new foundation in the complicated landscape of US science funding.

Tying celestial mechanics to Earth’s ice ages

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 48-53, May 2020.
Gradual falls and sharp rises in temperature for millions of years have profoundly affected living conditions on the planet and, consequently, our own evolution.

Tying celestial mechanics to Earth’s ice ages

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 48-53, May 2020.
Gradual falls and sharp rises in temperature for millions of years have profoundly affected living conditions on the planet and, consequently, our own evolution.

Exploring two centuries of the science of water

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 55-55, May 2020.

Exploring two centuries of the science of water

Παρ, 01/05/2020 - 10:00
Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 5, Page 55-55, May 2020.

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