Study by the University of Bonn determines minimum time for complex quantum operations
A speed limit also applies in the quantum world
Source: Bonn U DE Posted: 3/24/21
What is the origin of black holes and how is that question connected with another mystery, the nature of dark matter?
Establishing the Origin of Solar-Mass Black Holes and the Connection to Dark Matter
Source: IPMI JP Posted: 3/22/21
According to a new study from the University of Copenhagen, Earth, Venus and Mars were created from small dust particles containing ice and carbon. The discovery opens up the possibility that the Milky Way may be filled with aquatic planets.
The Milky Way may be swarming with planets with oceans and continents
Source: Copenhagen U Posted: 3/17/21
Mobility of skyrmions in geometric structures depends on their arrangement.
Magnetic whirls in confined spaces
Source: U Gutenberg Posted: 3/16/21
Researchers have developed a new quantum version of a 150-year-old thermodynamical thought experiment that could pave the way for the development of quantum heat engines.
New quantum theory heats up thermodynamic research
Source: Nottingham UK Posted: 3/16/21
A review of 10,000 students found no evidence that men outperform women in some science courses – which could help end stereotypes that harm women in STEM.
Texas A&M Study Finds No Link Between Gender And Physics Course Performance
Source: Texas A&M Posted: 3/14/21
A new analysis of samples brought back from the Moon to helps clear up questions about the isotopic composition of Moon’s interior.
Apollo rock samples capture key moments in the Moon’s early history, study finds
Source: Brown U Posted: 3/11/21
A new theoretical study has proposed a novel mechanism for the creation of supermassive black holes from dark matter.
New study suggests supermassive black holes could form from dark matter
Source: RAS UK Posted: 3/8/21
A significant advance in optical tweezer technology will help boost biomedical research.
Advance in ‘optical tweezers’ to boost biomedical research
Source: UTS AU Posted: 3/8/21
Even a small effort up front can boost the abilities and confidence of girls as they anticipate taking challenging science courses.
Physics camp has proven benefits for high school girls
Source: Rice U Posted: 3/8/21
Researchers led by the University of Iowa have detected cosmic pipelines supplying the cold gases necessary for the formation of massive galaxies and the creation of stars.
Researchers detect cold gas pipelines feeding early, massive galaxies
Source: Iowa U Posted: 3/8/21
Astronomers found a roaming comet taking a rest stop before possibly continuing its journey. The wayward object made a temporary stop near giant Jupiter.
Comet Makes a Pit Stop Near Jupiter's Asteroids
Source: NASA Posted: 3/8/21