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Physical determinants of bipolar mitotic spindle assembly and stability in fission yeast
Science Magazine Mitotic spindles use an elegant bipolar architecture to segregate duplicated chromosomes with high fidelity. Bipolar spindles form from a monopolar initial condition; this is... 1 day
Ten Atomic Clocks Have Failed on Europe's Galileo Navigation Satellites
SPACE.COM Ten atomic clocks have failed onboard the European Union's Galileo navigation satellites, casting doubt on when the unfinished constellation's next batch of spacecraft will be orbited. 2 days
Probe for nanofibers has atom-scale sensitivity
PHYS.ORG Optical fibers are the backbone of modern communications, shuttling information from A to B through thin glass filaments as pulses of light. They are used extensively in telecommunications, allowing information to travel at near the speed... 2 days
Violations of energy conservation in the early universe may explain dark energy
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—Physicists have proposed that violations of energy conservation in the early universe, as predicted by certain modified theories of quantum mechanics and quantum gravity,... 2 days
The evolution of massive galaxy clusters
PHYS.ORG Galaxy clusters have long been recognized as important laboratories for the study of galaxy formation and evolution. The advent of the new generation of millimeter and submillimeter wave survey telescopes, like the South Pole Telescope (SPT),... 2 days
Neutrons and a 'bit of gold' uncover new type of quantum phase transition
PHYS.ORG When matter changes from solids to liquids to vapors, the changes are called phase transitions. Among the most interesting types are more... 2 days
More efficient vaccine production
SCIENCE DAILY Many vaccines contain viruses that are inactivated to prevent them from harming recipients. This is generally achieved by adding chemicals. Scientists are now taking a different approach, using low-energy-electrons to irradiate the pathogens. The advantages of this new method are... 2 days
Podcast: Explaining menopause in killer whales, triggering killer mice, and the role of chromosome number in cancer immunotherapy
Science Magazine This week, we chat about a surprising reason why killer whales undergo... 2 days
[Drug Discovery] Brain cancer therapy
Science Magazine Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is a deadly brain cancer, and a major challenge to its treatment with radiation is that the approach often leads to an even more aggressive form of the – [Read More] 2 days
Treated carbon pulls radioactive elements from water
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed inexpensive, oxidized carbon particles that extract radioactive metals from water. They said their materials may help purify contaminated waters stored after the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident. 2 days
[Report] Time-resolved x-ray absorption spectroscopy with a water window high-harmonic source
Science Magazine Time-resolved x-ray absorption spectroscopy (TR-XAS) has so far practically been limited to large-scale facilities, to subpicosecond temporal resolution, and to the condensed phase. We report the... 2 days
[In Depth] Unique free electron laser laboratory opens in China
Science Magazine China has become the latest country making a free electron laser available to its scientists. Researchers around the world want access to these lasers because they are an... 2 days
[Research Article] Distortion of histone octamer core promotes nucleosome mobilization by a chromatin remodeler
Science Magazine Adenosine 5′-triphosphate (ATP)–dependent chromatin remodeling enzymes play essential biological roles by mobilizing nucleosomal DNA. Yet, how DNA is mobilized despite... 2 days
[Research Article] The role of dimer asymmetry and protomer dynamics in enzyme catalysis
Science Magazine Freeze-trapping x-ray crystallography, nuclear magnetic resonance, and computational techniques reveal the distribution of states and their interconversion rates along the reaction pathway... 2 days
Treated carbon pulls radioactive elements from water
PHYS.ORG Researchers at Rice University and Kazan Federal University in Russia have found a way to extract radioactivity from water and said their discovery could help purify the hundreds of millions of gallons of contaminated... 2 days
a tale of two pulsars tails plumes offer geometry lessons to astronomers A Tale of Two Pulsars' Tails: Plumes Offer Geometry Lessons to Astronomers
ASTRO WATCH Like cosmic lighthouses sweeping the universe with bursts of energy, pulsars have fascinated and baffled astronomers since they were first discovered 50 years ago.... 2 days
rash of galileo clock failures cast doubt on timing of upcoming launches Rash of Galileo clock failures cast doubt on timing of upcoming launches
SPACE NEWS Ten atomic clocks have failed onboard the European Union’s Galileo navigation satellites, casting doubt on when the unfinished constellation’s next batch of spacecraft will... 2 days
Creating atomic scale nanoribbons
PHYS.ORG Silicon crystals are the semiconductors most commonly used to make transistors, which are critical electronic components used to carry out logic operations in computing. However, as faster and more powerful processors are created, silicon has reached a performance limit: the... 3 days
online course on human spaceflight with esa astronaut christer fuglesang Online course on human spaceflight with ESA astronaut Christer Fuglesang
ESA VIDEO Christer Fuglesang, a veteran of five spacewalks and a professor of particle physics, will present a... 3 days
Six cosmic catastrophes that could wipe out life on Earth
PHYS.ORG If you ask yourself what the biggest threat to human existence is you'd probably think of nuclear war, global warming or a large-scale pandemic disease. But assuming we... 3 days
Selonterra publishes article on novel APOE4 mechanism linked to Alzheimer’s disease
NEWS MEDICAL Selonterra LLC, a biotechnology company discovering therapies for Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease announced the publication of the article “Identification of a Nuclear Respiratory Factor 1... 3 days
galileo clock anomalies under investigation Galileo clock anomalies under investigation
ESA As first reported last November, anomalies have been noted in the atomic clocks serving Europe’s Galileo satellites. 3 days
Compound found that could improve drug development against deadly brain cancer
SCIENCE DAILY A 'potent inhibitory compound' has been found in the elusive hunt for an improved treatment against glioblastoma, the most common and deadly type of adult brain... 3 days
Traffic jam in empty space
SCIENCE DAILY An important step towards a completely new experimental access to quantum physics has been made by researchers in Germany. The team of scientists has now shown how to manipulate the electric vacuum field and thus generate deviations from... 3 days
Studying the quantum vacuum: Traffic jam in empty space
PHYS.ORG An important step towards a completely new experimental access to quantum physics has been made at University of Konstanz. The team of scientists headed by Professor Alfred Leitenstorfer has now... 3 days
A quark like no other: Searching for 'bottom quark'
PHYS.ORG A University of Iowa physicist is at the forefront of the search for a missing particle that could prove whether the Higgs boson—believed to give mass to all matter—exists. 4 days
Faster recharging batteries possible after new insights
PHYS.ORG Faster recharging lithium batteries could be developed after scientists figured out why adding charged metal atoms to tunnel structures within batteries improves their performance. 4 days
Ultra-precise chip-scale sensor detects unprecedentedly small changes in environmental conditions at the nanoscale
PHYS.ORG Chip scale high precision measurements of physical quantities such as temperature, pressure and refractive index have become common with nanophotonics and nanoplasmonics... 4 days
Calibrating the calibrator—the National Standard Neutron Source
PHYS.ORG Neutron detectors and sources play critical roles in national defense, homeland security, nuclear power plant control, radiation medicine, petroleum exploration, materials science, industrial imaging, and a host of other applications. It is essential that... 4 days
Fraunhofer scientists develop new method to irradiate pathogens using low-energy-electrons
NEWS MEDICAL Many vaccines contain viruses that are inactivated to prevent them from harming recipients. 4 days
Explaining how 2-D materials break at the atomic level
PHYS.ORG We are familiar with cracks in big or small three-dimensional (3-D) objects, but how do thin, two-dimensional (2-D) materials crack? 2-D materials like molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), have emerged as an... 4 days
base precisely measures antiproton s magnetic moment BASE precisely measures antiproton’s magnetic moment
CERN The BASE collaboration at CERN reports the most precise measurement ever made of the magnetic moment of the antiproton, allowing a fundamental comparison between... 4 days
Czech boars still radioactive 31 years after Chernobyl
PHYS.ORG An agency in the Czech Republic says about a half of all wild boars in the country's southwest are radioactive and considered unsafe for consumption due to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. 4 days
How white blood cells rip holes in your blood vessels—and how your blood vessels recover
Science Magazine Immune cells use their nuclei to shove through vessel walls into the surrounding tissue 5 days
Webcast: CERN DG joins Davos panel
CERN What are the top issues on the global science agenda and how will they be addressed in the year ahead? Fabiola Gianotti, CERN’s Director-General, will speak as part of a panel addressing these questions tomorrow, 20... 5 days
NuSTAR Finds Two Enormous Black Holes in Milky Way’s Neighborhood
SCI-NEWS.COM NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) mission has identified two gas-enshrouded supermassive black holes, located at... 5 days
Laser-driving of semimetals allows creating novel quasiparticle states
PHYS.ORG Studying properties of fundamental particles in condensed matter systems is a promising approach to quantum field theory. Quasiparticles offer the opportunity to observe particle properties that have no realization in elementary particles.... 5 days
A new twist on fusion power could help bring limitless clean energy
PHYS.ORG VIDEO In a world struggling to kick its addiction to fossil fuels and feed its growing appetite for energy, there's one technology in development that... 5 days
Hybrid organic-inorganic materials can self-assemble into tiny doughnut-like structures
PHYS.ORG Engineered nanometer- and micrometer-scale structures have a vast array of uses in electronics, sensors and biomedical applications. Because these are difficult to fabricate, KAUST researchers are trying a bottom-up philosophy,... 5 days
Light source discovery 'challenges basic assumption' of physics
SCIENCE DAILY A widely-held understanding of electromagnetic radiation has been challenged in newly published research. The study found that the normal direct correspondence between the bandwidths of the current source and emitted radiation can... 5 days
Nanoscale view of energy storage
SCIENCE DAILY Through long shifts at the helm of a highly sophisticated microscope, researchers have recorded reactions at near-atomic-scale resolution. Their success is another step toward building a better battery. 5 days
For first time ever, x-ray imaging captures material defect process
SCIENCE DAILY A new approach has been uncovered to detail the formation of material defects at the atomic scale and in near-real time, an important step that could assist in... 5 days
Theory lends transparency to how glass breaks
PHYS.ORG Over time, when a metallic glass is put under stress, its atoms will shift, slide and ultimately form bands that leave the material more prone to breaking. Rice University scientists have developed new computational... 5 days
UV light for producing customized surfaces
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed a new process to structure surfaces and to apply or detach functional molecules. They use UV light for the formation or breaking of so-called disulfide bridges, i.e. bonds of sulfur atoms. Both photodynamic... 5 days
Protein research: the computer as microscope
SCIENCE DAILY Using a combination of infrared spectroscopy and computer simulation, researchers have gained new insights into the workings of protein switches. With high temporal and spatial resolution, they verified that a magnesium atom contributes significantly to switching... 5 days
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CERN His Excellency Mr Amandeep Singh Gill Ambassador shakes hands with CERN Director General Fabiola Gianotti (Image: Maximilien Brice/CERN) Today, India became an Associate... 6 days
collide international award now open for entries COLLIDE International Award now open for entries
CERN COLLIDE Geneva Artist Cassandre Poirier-Simon during her residency (Image: Sophia Bennett/CERN) Today Arts at CERN and FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology)... 6 days
UV light for producing customized surfaces
PHYS.ORG Scientists of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have developed a new process to structure surfaces and to apply or detach functional molecules. They use UV light for the formation or breaking of so-called disulfide bridges, i.e.... 6 days
Protein research—the computer as microscope
PHYS.ORG Using a combination of infrared spectroscopy and computer simulation, researchers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) have gained new insights into the workings of protein switches. With high temporal and spatial resolution, they verified that a magnesium atom contributes significantly... 6 days
Light source discovery 'challenges basic assumption' of physics
PHYS.ORG A widely held understanding of electromagnetic radiation has been challenged in newly published research led at the University of Strathclyde. 6 days
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