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Gravitational waves detected!

A hundred years after Einstein predicted them, gravitational waves from a cataclysmic event a billion years ago have been observed.

High-index microspheres embedded within movable slabs, or microfibers, are used in a novel approach for super-resolution imaging of nanoplasmonic arrays.
11 February 2016

The singly quantized vortices in superfluids can provide an ‘atomic theory’ of turbulence (for which there is no general theory), enabling a ‘video camera’ operating at ∼100 microkelvin to image vortices.

11 February 2016
A novel mode-coupling technique can be used to introduce an extra ‘synthetic’ dimension to an array.
10 February 2016
Free-electron lasers may offer a cost-effective, single-source alternative for powering an entire integrated circuit manufacturing program.
9 February 2016
A miniature wireless optical remote chemical sensing network improves the accuracy of mid-wave and long-wave IR chemical detection.
8 February 2016
LIGO: 'That's the chirp we've been looking for'
Scientists reveal how two giant laser interferometers in the US have been able to ‘hear’ gravitational waves produced by the collision of two black holes.
11 February 2016
PTB claims 'most accurate' optical single-ion clock
Optical atomic clocks are "more stable and more accurate" than current time-setting standard cesium clocks.
11 February 2016
LZH develops presbyopia laser surgery model
Femtosecond laser 'lentotomy' could become future treatment for the age-related condition that affects close-up vision.
11 February 2016
 
Yang Yang: Perovskites and tandem solar cells promise to increase efficiency, lower costs

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