Scientists from Indiana University are part of a five-year, $11.24 million initiative from the US Department of Energy to resolve difficult and complicated problems central to progressing understanding of nuclear physics.
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $9.1 million in funding for 13 projects in Quantum Information Science (QIS) with relevance to nuclear physics.
Researchers have developed a new detector that can precisely measure single photons at very high rates. The new device could help make high-speed quantum communication practical.
When there is a tangle between two microscopic systems, their properties are associated with each other regardless of the physical distance between the two.
The strength of interaction happening between dark and normal matter has been altered by the phase transition in the early universe.
Observations gathered through the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) were utilized by an international research group including Southwest Research Institute, Leiden University, and NASA. This was used to obtain the darkest-ever view of a thick interstellar cloud.
The UK Space Agency has announced £50 million of funding for ambitious and innovative projects that will supercharge the UK’s satellite communications industry.
Curtin University-led research into the durability and age of an ancient asteroid made of rocky rubble and dust, revealed significant findings that could contribute to potentially saving the planet if one ever hurtled toward Earth.
At the University of Bonn, experimental proof has been given by physicists that a significant theorem of statistical physics relates to the alleged: “Bose-Einstein condensates.”
Citizen science projects offer the general public, or segments of that public such as school students, an opportunity to take part in scientific research.
A new study performed under the guidance of the University of Southampton has disclosed the reason behind how supermassive black holes (SMBHs) are feeding off gas clouds.
Given the choice of three different "spin" orientations, certain particles emerging from collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), an atom smasher at Brookhaven National Laboratory, appear to have a preference.
As far as multiple fields of research are concerned, chirality control of crystals and molecules is crucial, including display device research and drug development.
At the scale of individual atoms, physics gets weird. Researchers are working to reveal, harness, and control these strange quantum effects using quantum analog simulators -- laboratory experiments that involve super-cooling tens to hundreds of atoms and probing them with finely tuned lasers and magnets.
NGK INSULATORS, LTD. delivered NAS batteries that have started operation at the Misasa Deep Space Station of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.