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A New Way to Shape Metal Nanoparticles—With a Magnetic Field

We are always immersed in magnetic fields. The Earth produces a area that envelops us. Toasters, microwaves and all of our different home...

Will a Volcanic Eruption Be a Burp or a Blast?

Last December, a gloopy ooze of lava started extruding out of the summit of La Soufrière, a volcano on the Caribbean island of...

You Need to Weigh Some Water. All You’ve Got Is a Paper Clip

Let's suppose you want to measure the mass of some water, and also you need to assemble a scale to do it. But...

This Dam Acts Like a Water Cannon. Let’s Do Some Physics!

When individuals construct dams—big partitions that maintain again whole lakes and rivers—they need to construct an overflow channel referred to as a spillway,...

One Man’s Amazing Journey to the Center of the Bowling Ball

Sposato patented his diamond-shaped core, which he claims produces 20 % extra inertia than any competitor, and positioned it in balls that he...

A New Math Shortcut Helps Describe Black Hole Collisions

What sorts of conditions may create such mergers? Researchers aren’t certain, since it is a newly opening frontier of the universe. But there...

How Do People Actually Catch Baseballs?

I'm unsure should you perceive what number of physicists watch baseball, nevertheless it’s rather a lot. I believe it’s so in style with...

The Secret Role Histones Played in Complex Cell Evolution

That’s why Tobias Warnecke, who research archaeal histones at Imperial College London, thinks that “there’s something special that must have happened at the...

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