Quantum metrology shows that it is always possible to estimate the separation of two stars, no matter how close together they are. Read More »
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The distribution of galaxies around regions of relatively empty space can be used to constrain cosmological parameters. Read More »
A map of the contact forces between grains in a sand pile provides a first glimpse of how force is distributed in a 3D granular system. Read More »
The lattice symmetry of a quantum Wigner crystal is deduced from its effect on quantized states in a nearby sheet of electrons. Read More »
Attosecond-resolution experiments have determined the delay in an electron’s emission from a molecule after being ionized with light. Read More »
Experiments confirm the existence of 1-micrometer-sized molecules made of two cesium atoms by showing that their binding energies agree with predictions. Read More »
New results from the LHCb experiment confirm the 2015 discovery that quarks can combine into groups of five. Read More »
Researchers provide new evidence for the existence of type-II Weyl semimetals, which would be both conducting and insulating in different spatial directions. Read More »
The KamLAND-Zen collaboration has run the most sensitive search to date for a radioactive decay that could reveal whether neutrinos are Majorana fermions. Read More »
High-speed imaging shows that fluids can break like brittle glass under the right conditions. Read More »
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