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Researchers use supercomputer to investigate dark matter

A research team from the University of California, Santa Cruz, have used the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility's Summit supercomputer to run one of the most complete cosmological models yet to probe the properties of ...

A simple solution for nuclear matter in two dimensions

Understanding the behavior of nuclear matter—including the quarks and gluons that make up the protons and neutrons of atomic nuclei—is extremely complicated. This is particularly true in our world, which is three dimensional. ...

Black holes might be defects in spacetime

A team of theoretical physicists have discovered a strange structure in space-time that to an outside observer would look exactly like a black hole, but upon closer inspection would be anything but: they would be defects ...

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