Best of Last Week – Detecting dark matter with GPS, a gel that stops bleeding and the benefits of fasting
Best of Last Week: Questioning Higgs finding, possible alternative to antibiotics and reversing diabetes in mice
Best of Last Week – Parallel worlds, China completes moon round trip and progress in preventing GI cancers
(Phys.org) —Impressive things were happening in physics and the sciences in general last week, starting with a radical new theory from physicists at Griffith University—they are proposing the idea of the existence and interaction of parallel worlds—a many interacting worlds theory ...
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Best of Last Week – First map of hidden universe, pursuit of compact fusion and new clues about the causes of depression
Best of Last Week - Observation of elusive antiparticle, mystery on Titan and reversing memory loss from Alzheimer's
Best of Last Week – Rethinking black holes, trusting of scientists by Americans and a new 3D cloaking device
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Best of Last Week – The sound of an atom captured, solid light created and the banality of evil
Best of Last Week – New model for dark matter, Martian clouds and mind to mind conversing
Best of Last Week – Superabsorption theoretically demonstrated, sailing stones mystery solved and origin of anger face
Best of Last Week – Evidence of quark-gluon interactions, new portable device hack and why we may never live forever
(Phys.org) —With summer drawing to a close, research is starting to heat up. Last week, physicists at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider used supercomputer calculations to offer evidence that particles predicted by the theory of quark-gluon interactions are being produced i ...