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Compression of Tumors Causes Drug Resistance

Pressure that develops as a tumor grows can limit the effectiveness of chemotherapy treatments. Read More »

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Major Physics Publisher Goes Double Blind

In an effort to increase fairness, the Institute of Physics Publishing plans to anonymize both reviewers and authors during the review process for its journals. Read More »

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Kaon Decays Reevaluated

A rigorous calculation of a matter-antimatter asymmetry in kaon decays has twice the precision of a previous calculation, removing tension that had existed between theory and experiment. Read More »

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The Anatomy of Ultrahigh-Energy Cosmic Rays

New results from the Pierre Auger Observatory could narrow down the search for the origin of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays. Read More »

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A Twist in Topological Wisdom

New theoretical predictions overthrow the assumption that a material’s bulk topological properties are linked to the same properties at its surface.  Read More »

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Detecting Acoustic Blackbody Radiation

A nanomechanical resonator detects and isolates acoustic waves from a remote thermal source. Read More »

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Hints of Dark Bosons

A signal predicted for a type of dark matter appears in the spectra of ytterbium isotopes. Read More »

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The Rich Inner Life of the Hydrogen Chain

A one-dimensional chain of hydrogen atoms displays a wide variety of many-body effects—suggesting that the chain can be a useful model system for condensed-matter physics. Read More »

Opinion

Quantum for All

Propelling the development of quantum technologies will require widespread literacy about quantum concepts, and a commitment to diversity as a source of competitive advantage. Read More »

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