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Theoretical evidence for a liquid-to-solid phase transition

Improved understanding of glassy dynamics could help scientists explain why a liquid behaves like a solid.

An open-source platform for developing Neural Radiance Fields

Plug-and-play framework simplifies collaboration and interactive 3D scene development.

Photosynthesis starts with a single photon, the study

A cutting-edge experiment has revealed the quantum dynamics of one of nature’s most crucial processes.

This simple metal alloy is the toughest material on Earth

A new study reveals the profound properties of a simple metal alloy.

Clearest picture yet of electronic particles that make up quantum spin liquid

The study could prompt the development of superfast quantum computers and energy-efficient superconductors.

Scientists mapped the location of missing baryons

Missing baryons found in far-out reaches of galactic halos.

Axions might be the source of X-ray emissions surrounding neutron stars, study

X-Rays Surrounding ‘Magnificent 7’ May Be Traces of Sought-After Particle.

Scientists revealed an unexpected transformation in a single atomic layer

A 1-atom-deep look at a water-splitting catalyst.

A new nanomaterial helps obtain hydrogen from a liquid energy carrier

A new nanomaterial helps obtain hydrogen from a liquid energy carrier, in a key step toward a stable and clean fuel source.

Introducing a new man-made isotope-Mendelevium-244

Scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have recently created isotope called Mendelevium-244. This is a new form of human-made element mendelevium. Initially...

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