Graphene gets a 'cousin' in the shape of germanene
A team of European researchers has become one of the first groups to successfully synthesize the 2D material germanene.
Artificial spacetime experiment could show tantalizing effects of gravitational waves
Notorious pathogen forms slimy 'streamers' to clog up medical devices
A group of researchers from the US has moved a step closer to preventing infections of the common hospital pathogen, Staphylococcus aureus, by revealing the mechanisms that allow the bacteria to rapidly clog up medical device ...
Physicist suggests speed of light might be slower than thought
To test the effect of gravity on quantum entanglement, we need to go to space
There is an up-and-coming set of technologies that uses the strange properties of atomic particles predicted by the theory of quantum mechanics, which is the physics of the very small stuff. This technology ...
Herding in the stock market may inspire human-guided trading algorithms
Space-based experiment could test gravity's effects on quantum entanglement
Chapman University research article wins 'Best of 2013' award
The global scientific society Institute of Physics recently announced that their editors selected a research article by a team from Chapman University's Institute for Quantum Studies "for inclusion in the ...
Scientists overcome fundamental atom laser limit to build brightest atom laser to date
What does physics reveal about the sizes of sports fields?
Econophysics: Can antimoney prevent the next financial crisis?
Traffic jams lend insight into emperor penguin huddle
Emperor penguins maintain the tight huddle that protects them from the harsh conditions of an Antarctic winter with stop-and-go movements like cars in a traffic jam, a new study has shown.
Laser beam orientation controls light's quantum properties
Quickly switching the orientation of a laser beam enables control over the quantum properties of light.
Physicists find a way to study coldest objects in the universe
They are the coldest objects in the Universe and are so fragile that even a single photon can heat and destroy them.
A Whirling Dervish puts physicists in a spin
A force that intricately links the rotation of the Earth with the direction of weather patterns in the atmosphere has been shown to play a crucial role in the creation of the hypnotic patterns created by ...