Using two Maunakea Observatories based in Hawaii, astronomers have successfully detected a short gamma-ray burst (SGRB)—the second-most distant and confirmed explosion—to be ever studied, to date.
Quantum Entanglement: How Interaction Happens without Contact
By Robert Lea
How Graphene Quantum Dots can be Used to Treat Radioactive Industry Waste
By Andrew Messios
Ruling Out Dark Matter Decay
Electron Diffraction: The Short Range Order of Amorphous Solids
By Cvetelin Vasilev
Transmission Electron Microscopy - Seeing Deeper with Quantum Physics
An Overview of the Quantum Mechanics Behind Atomic Absorption
By Ben Pilkington, MSt.
Researchers Discover and Observe Very Short-Lived Isotope of Neptunium
High-Tech Telescopes Rapidly Capture Short Gamma-Ray Burst
Study Offers New Insights into Behavior of Light Carrying Orbital Angular Momentum
Emirates Mars Mission Announces Live Streaming Link for Hope Probe Launch
Polarized Emission from Coupled Quantum Dots is Strong Along Coupling Direction
Orbital Intercoupling Plays a Key Role in Materials with Strong Polarization
This product profile discusses using indium deposition for superconducting interconnects.
The IRTracer-100 FTIR Spectrophotometer from Shimadzu has an improved interferometer and detector design.