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Physics Today     12.10.2018

New microscope shows mouse embryos developing second by second - STAT

Thanks to a new variety of microscope, researchers are able to watch living mouse embryos develop in real time.
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Physics Today     09.10.2018

Future gravitational-wave detectors aim to probe early universe

Now that the LIGO and Virgo observatories have detected gravitational waves, scientists have their sights set on next-generation detectors that would be even more sensitive to black hole mergers and other cosmic...
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Physics Today     04.10.2018

The life and work of Elmer Samuel Imes

Elmer Samuel Imes (1883–1941), the second African American to receive a physics PhD in the US, published groundbreaking scientific papers on spectroscopy and pedagogy. But there's far more to his legacy, writes...
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Physics Today     01.10.2018

Astrophysical high-energy neutrinos

Neutrinos emitted by stars or supernovae typically have energies in the range of 1–30 MeV. Yet several years ago, researchers at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory announced that they had spotted a diffuse flux of...
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Physics Today     28.09.2018

Do boring speakers really talk for longer?

An unusual correspondence, about speakers at scientific conferences, caught our eye in the latest edition of Nature: "Boring talks that seem interminable actually do go on for longer."
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Physics Today     28.09.2018

The tragic story of Hans Hellmann

In 1934 the quantum chemist Hans Hellmann was forced to leave Germany with his family because his wife was Jewish. He chose to start over in the Soviet Union, where he quickly rose through the ranks and made major...
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Physics Today     26.09.2018

The scientific exodus from Nazi Germany

In 1936, a foreign aid agency identified 129 physicists who had been displaced from their jobs in Nazi Germany, including Nobel laureates Albert Einstein, James Franck, and Erwin Schrödinger. We tracked where they all...
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Physics Today     25.09.2018

Nobel physicists on the move

September is coming to a close, which means it's almost time for the announcement of the Nobel Prizes. Get yourself ready for next week's festivities (the physics prize will be awarded a week from today) with this...
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Physics Today     20.09.2018

Fine Tuning Is Just Fine - Issue 64: The Unseen - Nautilus

In the six years since CERN announced that the Large Hadron Collider had revealed the existence of the Higgs boson, the LHC has uncovered no other previously undiscovered particles. This lack of discovery has narrowed...
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Physics Today     19.09.2018

Reimagining of Schrödinger’s cat breaks quantum mechanics — and stumps physicists

If you thought the Schrödinger cat experiment was complicated, check out this newly proposed thought experiment, which involves multiple boxes, coin flips, and observers. The proposal has researchers scratching their...
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