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How to deflect an asteroid: DART’s Andrew Cheng on the Physics World Breakthrough of the Year

This episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast features an interview with Andrew Cheng, who is a lead scientist on the...

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Why are external lasers essential at a bore-type linac?

Join the audience for a live webinar at 2 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. CET on 6 December 2022 exploring if external lasers should be used...

Qatar: the land where one sports pitch needs 50,000 litres of desalinated water a day

This weekend, the FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar, as 32 nations compete in the month-long tournament for national football’s biggest trophy. FIFA,...

Long-lived hot electrons spotted in ‘wonder’ semiconductor

By combining scanning electron microscopy with ultrashort laser pulses, researchers in the US have shown that cubic boron arsenide has an important property that...

Half-light, half-matter quasiparticle appears in a van der Waals magnet

A new quasiparticle that is part matter, part light has emerged in experiments by researchers at the City College of New York, US, who...

Responding to extraterrestrials, better lab coats for all, space shuttle debris found off Florida

If extraterrestrials ever got in touch, what would you say in return? It’s not clear as there are no procedures in place if a...

Schrödinger’s buses spotted in Bristol, X-rays track swarming bees

The UK city of Bristol has a strong connection to quantum mechanics because it gave the world Paul Dirac, who made pioneering contributions to...

Innovative femtosecond lasers for multiphoton applications

Join the audience for a live webinar at 2 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. CET on 24 November 2022 exploring the underlying physics involved in ultrashort...

Six-qubit silicon quantum processor sets a record

A team of researchers in the Netherlands has placed a record number of silicon spin qubits on a chip. By combining an advanced modular...

Ensuring the voice of physics is heard loud and clear

Tom Grinyer, the new chief executive of the Institute of Physics, talks to Michael Banks about why he took the job, the challenges facing...

Cosmic muons probe the interiors of tropical cyclones

Cosmic muons have been used to image structures deep within tropical storms, according to an international team of researchers. Led by Hiroyuki Tanaka at...

Launching solar farms in space

Renewable energies are taking an increasingly larger stake in many countries’ energy mixes. But despite rapid expansion, solar and wind are intermittent. Batteries will...

Artificial intelligence simplifies calculations of electronic properties

Using artificial intelligence, an international team of physicists has shown that the thousands of equations needed to model a complex system of interacting electrons...

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