A new study performed by scientists from Chalmers University of Technology and ETH Zürich, Switzerland has proposed a promising method to spot obscure dark matter particles through formerly uncharted atomic responses occurring in the detector material.
Quantum Entanglement: How Interaction Happens without Contact
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How Graphene Quantum Dots can be Used to Treat Radioactive Industry Waste
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Ruling Out Dark Matter Decay
Electron Diffraction: The Short Range Order of Amorphous Solids
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Transmission Electron Microscopy - Seeing Deeper with Quantum Physics
An Overview of the Quantum Mechanics Behind Atomic Absorption
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Scientists Develop New Design Principles to Improve Spin-Based Quantum Materials
Scientists Test DUNE Detector for Thorough Test Drives
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New Method can Reduce Plasma Turbulence in Stellarator Plasmas
From Max Planck Research Group Laboratory of Photonics and Quantum, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
Researchers Record High-Resolution Movies of Molecular Dynamics
New Findings Contradict Common Consensus Regarding Shape of Stellar Winds
The Zurich Instruments model is the first Quantum Computing Control System.
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