Three laureates share this year’s Nobel prize in physics for their discoveries about one of the most exotic phenomena in the universe: the black hole.
Pressing a layered crystal onto a gold surface is all it takes to pull off a 2D atomic layer, a method that outperforms scotch tape on industrially relevant scales.
Solid-state physicists and materials chemists are now in excellent “shape” to expand and accelerate their explorations of the science of topological materials for a wide range of possible applications.
International team of scientists proposes plans for high-intensity gamma radiation source at CERN.
Using the principles of quantum mechanics, scientists unlock incredible computing powers, data storage, transmission, and encryption, one experiment at a time.
If your engine has more than 16 atoms, you’re just wasting space.
X-ray fingerprints of novel photocathode materials: A new route for theory and experiment to join hands
X‐ray absorption spectroscopy represents a valuable characterization tool for complex materials like multialkali antimonides.
An unexpected link between two entirely different fields of physics.
This edition of Pioneers in Science celebrates physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, winner of the 1901 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of “a new kind of ray”.
In honor of the UN’s International Day of Women in Science, this week we highlight Katherine Johnson, pioneering mathematician and NASA legend.
The remarkably agile arms of the octopus are a source of inspiration for the design of autonomous robots.
Clarifying some of the misconceptions, limitations, and capabilities of CEM modelling to help researchers find the right tools for their needs.
Analysis reveals never-before-seen details about a type of thin film being explored for advanced microelectronics.