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Proving uncertainty: First rigorous formulation supporting Heisenberg's famous 1927 principleNearly 90 years after Werner Heisenberg pioneered his uncertainty principle, a group of researchers from three countries has provided substantial new insight into this fundamental tenet of quantum physics with the first rigorous formulation supporting the uncertainty principle as Heisenberg envisioned it.
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PhysicsTue, 29 Apr 2014 11:53:38 ESTnews317991201Russia's Yakov Sinai wins Abel mathematics prizeRussian mathematician Yakov Sinai won the prestigious Abel mathematics prize for his work in dynamical systems and mathematical physics, the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters said Wednesday.
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Other SciencesWed, 26 Mar 2014 09:50:02 ESTnews315045513A mathematical approach to physical problems: An interview with Rupert FrankRupert Frank joined the Caltech faculty this spring as a professor of mathematics. Originally from Munich, Germany, Frank graduated from the Ludwig Maximilian University in his hometown in 2003 and his PhD from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2007. After completing a postdoctoral position at Princeton University, he was hired as an instructor there and quickly worked his way up to assistant professor. Frank recently answered a few questions about his work at the intersection of mathematics and physics.
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Other SciencesTue, 19 Nov 2013 08:07:06 ESTnews304070816New mathematical model links space-time theoriesResearchers at the University of Southampton have taken a significant step in a project to unravel the secrets of the structure of our Universe.
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PhysicsThu, 30 May 2013 09:57:06 ESTnews289126620Researchers show that the big bang was followed by chaos(PhysOrg.com) -- Seven years ago Northwestern University physicist Adilson E. Motter conjectured that the expansion of the universe at the time of the big bang was highly chaotic. Now he and a colleague have proven it using rigorous mathematical arguments.
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PhysicsTue, 07 Sep 2010 17:03:58 ESTnews203097805Research concludes there is no 'simple theory of everything' inside the enigmatic E8The "exceptionally simple theory of everything," proposed by a surfing physicist in 2007, does not hold water, says Emory University mathematician Skip Garibaldi.
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PhysicsFri, 26 Mar 2010 13:00:32 ESTnews188827214New model suggests how the brain might stay in balance(PhysOrg.com) -- Physicists have theorized for decades about how neural networks might be able to accomplish the incredibly complex calculations the human brain performs all the time. But simply stabilizing such a powerful organic computer made up of 100 billion neurons and trillions of interconnections is no small matter. A new model proposes that the brain could use about half of its connections just to maintain a delicate balance of excitation and inhibition. And keep from going haywire.
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Other SciencesThu, 24 Sep 2009 17:48:27 ESTnews173033272A police woman fights quantum hacking and crackingThe first desktop computers changed the way we managed data forever. Three decades after their introduction, we rely on them to manage our time, social life and finances -- and to keep this information safe from prying eyes and online predators.
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