A novel way to get to the excited states of exotic nuclei

An atomic nucleus assumes discrete energy levels when added energy excites that nucleus. These energy levels are the nucleus' unique fingerprint; no two nuclei have identical energy patterns. For exotic nuclei, which have ...

How to make a nuclear clock tick

While not primarily useful for telling the time, nuclear clocks could allow scientists to test humankind's fundamental understanding of how reality works.

A sensitization strategy achieves hyperfluorescence

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) play an important role in new-generation flat-panel displays. For ultra-high-definition displays presented in International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Recommendation BT 2020 standard, ...

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