Physics in the News

Friday, September 19, 2014 An anomaly in satellites’ flybys confounds scientists via sciencedaily Particle detector finds hints of dark matter in space via mit Finding dark energy in the details via simonsfoundation The lonely landscape of Rosetta’s comet via abc Miranda: An icy moon deformed by tidal heating via science2.0 Physical constant is constant evenContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Thursday, September 18, 2014 Have physicists just disproved string theory? via mysteriousuniverse New measurements from the AMS experiment unveil new territories in the flux of cosmic rays via interactions Nuclear spins control current in plastic LED: Step toward quantum computing, spintronic memory, better displays via phys.org New technology that guides light through glass, developed byContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Cornell theorists continue the search for supersymmetry via cornell Planets with oddball orbits like Mercury could host life via phys.org Neutrino trident production may offer powerful probe of new physics via phys.org Viewpoint: Observing the great spin and orbital swap via physics.aps NASA inspector general blasts asteroid detection program via cbslocalContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Saturday, September 13, 2014 Discovery! First water ice clouds found beyond our Solar System via space Companion star hidden for 21 years in a supernova’s glare via sciencedaily Black Holes: Monsters of the Universe via bigislandnow Is there a smallest length? via backreaction Untethered soft robot that defies extreme conditions via channeleye Cryogenic on-chip quantumContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Saturday, September 6, 2014 Giant geysers on Jupiter’s icy moon mysteriously disappear via dailygalaxy Precisest natural clocks can be galactic GPS via onislam What does it feel like when everyone else finds the Higgs, and you don’t? via theguardian Mother of Higgs boson found in superconductors via newscientist MAVEN Mars Orbiter ideally poised to uniquelyContinue reading “Physics in the News”