Estimation of Protein Structures
Biology

Prediction of Protein Structures

Kathryn Tunyasuvunakool became interested in computer programming while researching roundworms. She is now using this interest to aid in protein structure prediction, she says. A few years after Kathryn Tunyasuvunakool was born, her mother, who started college, is Tunyasuvunakool's [more…]

Two Ways in Magnetic Gradiometer
Physics

Two Ways in Magnetic Gradiometer

Atomic magnetometers can filter out background fields to detect weak, nearby radio frequency sources using two new geometries. Researchers use modern cryogenics, the first magnetic compasses made of natural magnetite, to measure magnetic fields. [more…]

New Types of Magnets Coming
Physics

New Types of Magnets May Coming

A viable path to more environmentally friendly magnets has been demonstrated by materials scientists. These magnets are an iron-nickel alloy found in meteorites. Many key green technologies, such as wind turbines and electric cars, are high-performance [more…]

BEC Created From Europium Atoms
Physics

BEC Created From Europium Atoms

Since the first Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) was produced in 1995, scientists have cooled and trapped atoms in BECs to investigate various topics in quantum many-body systems. Atom confinement, visible properties of a BEC [more…]

Single Mode Frequency Combs
Physics

Single Mode Frequency Combs

Metrology has revolutionized frequency combs, which are collections of distinct, evenly spaced spectral lines. In particular, extremely precise measurements of time and distance are made possible. According to conventional thinking, to create a frequency comb [more…]

Magnetic Behavior of Kuprat Superconductor
Physics

Magnetic Behavior of Kuprat Superconductor

Some of the unique properties of conduction electrons may have been explained by researchers looking at the magnetic behavior of a cuprate superconductor. Kuprat superconductors are used in quantum computing, power transmission, and lift-off trains. known as load reservoirs [more…]

Quantum and Atomic Clocks
Physics

Quantum and Atomic Clocks

While we are not the only creatures that measure time, in some ways we make it the center of our being. Time plays a role in everything from planning birthday parties to organizing work, meetings or events in our society. [more…]

Let's Get to Know the Tennessine Element
Physics

Let's Get to Know the Tennessine Element

Tennessine is the 117th element in the periodic table. The periodic table groups the elements according to their atomic numbers. The number of protons in the nucleus of the atom is known as the atomic number. Tennessi's atomic number is 117. The symbol "Ts" is the 17th of the periodic table of the elements. [more…]

Who is Mildred S Dresselhaus
Physics

Who is Mildred S. Dresselhaus?

The Dresselhaus Lecture series is named after Mildred “Millie” Dresselhaus. Mildred Dresselhaus, whose work helped solve the mystery of carbon, the most basic of all living elements, earned her the title of "queen of carbon science". [more…]

First Image of Supermassive Black Hole Sagittarius A*
Astronomy

What is Black Hole Radio Wave?

Future measurements with the Event Horizon Telescope could test the hypothesis that "magnetic reconnection" could cause radio wave hotspots to orbit the black hole. Plasma surrounding a black hole [more…]

What is the Wormhole Theory
Astronomy

Wormholes May Be Hiding

Predictions suggest that wormholes and black holes can have nearly identical spectra of polarized light, making it difficult to distinguish between these astronomical objects. Wormholes often feature humans in movies and television shows. [more…]

How the Material Flows
SCIENCE

How Does Material Flow and Creep?

A comprehensive theory of creep flow, a type of flow that occurs in amorphous substances such as coffee foam, has been created by researchers. Including amorphous solids, dense emulsions, foams and granular materials [more…]

Quantum Method in Satellite Communication
Physics

Quantum Method in Satellite Communication

The vastness of space and the potential of quantum technology are two things that have caught scientists' attention more than any other. These two fascinating areas are the Chinese Academy of Science's quantum communications satellite Micius, which was launched in 2016. [more…]