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. With nearly two-thirds of their neurons residing in the eight arms, these appendages are able to sense and respond to environmental conditions with little to no...
Strong light-matter coupling is a new tool to mold chemical reactivity and material properties that intertwine material science and quantum mechanics.
An electric field tunable quasiparticle discovered in a common 2D material has great potential for application in optoelectronic devices.
An updated overlook at one of the most promising building blocks for quantum technologies: fast and efficient single photon detectors.
Predicting the experimental conditions that enhance coherence times for semiconducting quantum dot hybrid qubits.
Today Advanced Science News celebrates the 45th birthday of Nobel Laureate Sir Konstantin Novoselov.
A novel scheme for an ultrafast generation of a toroidal moment and a field-free vector potential is uncovered.
Analyzing the impact of gas composition on the bactericidal efficiency, plasma parameters, and species formation in a cold atmospheric plasma jet in contact with water.
Today Advanced Science News celebrates the 174th birthday of Gabriel Lippmann, the French physicist who produced the first color photographs.
A quantum autoencoder via approximate quantum adders in the Rigetti cloud quantum computer is carried out employing up to three qubits.
A train of single-electrons propagating on top of the Fermi sea of a mesoscopic conductor can be used for time-domain spectroscopy of quantum-coherent structures.