Physics

In a groundbreaking study recently published in Nature Communications, researchers from Rice University have made a significant discovery regarding flat electronic bands at the Fermi level in quantum materials. Led by Qimiao Si, the team’s findings have the potential to revolutionize the field of quantum computing and electronic devices. Quantum materials operate under the principles
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In the realm of physics, the concept of simulating quantum particles using quantum computers has been a long-standing goal for researchers. Recently, scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich, in collaboration with colleagues from Slovenia, have made significant strides in this area. By utilizing a quantum annealer, they successfully modeled a real-life quantum material, showcasing the practical applicability
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Astrophysicists have long speculated about the existence of black holes formed by extreme concentrations of light, known as “kugelblitze.” These unique black holes were thought to be linked to phenomena like dark matter and even considered as potential power sources for futuristic spaceship engines. However, recent research from the University of Waterloo and Universidad Complutense
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Scientists have recently delved into the realm of neutron transfer within weakly bound nuclei. These endeavors have shed light on the intricacies of the one-neutron stripping process, particularly in interactions involving lithium-6 and bismuth-209. The research, executed at Legnaro National Laboratory, has been documented in the journal Nuclear Science and Techniques. Contrary to initial assumptions,
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Superconductivity, the phenomenon of resistance-free electrical conductance, has intrigued scientists for decades. A recent study published in Physical Review Letters (PRL) dives into the world of electron-phonon coupling and its potential to enhance superconductivity through the formation of quantum bipolarons. Electron-phonon coupling involves the interaction between electrons and lattice vibrations known as phonons. In the
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Searching for di-Higgs production presents a daunting challenge for physicists. While the discovery of a single Higgs boson was a monumental task in itself, the prospect of finding two at the same place and time is exponentially more complex. This rare process, known as di-Higgs production, offers valuable insights into the self-interaction of the Higgs
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In a groundbreaking experiment, scientists at the University of Nottingham’s School of Physics have developed a new method to trap dark matter using a specially designed 3D printed vacuum system. This innovative approach aims to detect domain walls and unveil some of the mysteries of the universe that have puzzled researchers for years. Only a
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In a groundbreaking experiment led by Philip Walther at the University of Vienna, a team of researchers delved into the effects of Earth’s rotation on quantum entangled photons. Reported in Science Advances, this research represents a significant leap in rotation sensitivity within entanglement-based sensors, paving the way for advancements at the crossroads of quantum mechanics
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In the realm of technological advancements, researchers are constantly striving to push the boundaries of what is possible. A recent breakthrough in the field of spin behavior in ferromagnets has opened up a whole new world of possibilities for ultra-high frequency applications. This research, led by a team at the University of California, Riverside, could
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A recent study published in Nature Communications by physicists from Singapore and the UK has unveiled a groundbreaking optical phenomenon analogous to the traditional Kármán vortex street (KVS). This optical KVS pulse showcases intriguing similarities between fluid dynamics and the energy flow of structured light. Lead author Yijie Shen of Nanyang Technological University describes the
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In a groundbreaking study published in the journal Optica, researchers at HHMI’s Janelia Research Campus have revolutionized the field of microscopy by adapting techniques used in astronomy to enhance the clarity and sharpness of biological imaging. By utilizing a class of methods known as phase diversity, traditionally employed in astronomy to unblur images of distant
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In a groundbreaking development, researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have made significant strides in the field of optical imaging technology. The creation of an all-optical complex field imager marks a pivotal moment in the realm of imaging devices. This innovative technology has the ability to capture both amplitude and phase information
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