Light-matter interaction can turn opaque materials transparent
Younger researchers are embracing change in scholarly communication
As another successful Open Access Week passes, analysis released today reveals younger researchers are embracing change in scholarly communication. Just under 8,000 researchers from around the world responded to the 2014 ...
Wild molecular interactions in a new hydrogen mixture
Hydrogen—the most abundant element in the cosmos—responds to extremes of pressure and temperature differently. Under ambient conditions hydrogen is a gaseous two-atom molecule. As confinement pressure ...
The origins of handedness in life
Optical data storage has virtually unlimited lifetime
Physicists 'uncollapse' a partially collapsed qubit
Quantum-to-classical transition may be explained by fuzziness of measurement references
How did evolution optimize circadian clocks?
Micro-macro entangled 'cat states' could one day test quantum gravity
Test of equivalence principle searches for effects of spin-gravity coupling
New mechanism of photoconduction could lead to next-generation excitonic devices
It's a well-known phenomenon in electronics: Shining light on a semiconductor, such as the silicon used in computer chips and solar cells, will make it more conductive. But now researchers have discovered ...
Massive neutrinos may not bring about cosmological concordance after all
How myths about the brain are hampering teaching
Myths about the brain are common among teachers worldwide and are hampering teaching, according to new research published today [15 October].
Researchers developing algorithms to detect fake reviews
Anyone who has conducted business online—from booking a hotel to buying a book to finding a new dentist or selling their wares—has come across reviews of said products and services. Chances are they've also encountered ...