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Researchers examine the interface between these two theories, using ultra-high-energy neutrinos detected by a particle detector placed deep inside the Antarctic ice sheet at the South Pole
Researchers have built a model according to which the mass of the Higgs boson, which helps produce the mass of elementary particles, changed in the early universe, and is therefore much smaller than the standard model of particle physics describes
The facility, named JUNO, consists of a huge tank that surrounds an array of detectors. The container contains a substance that causes a scintillation which is recorded in the detectors and thus allows to identify a neutrino event, its type and mass, since the neutrino particles change
The purpose of the mission is to test the materials' resistance to radiation and the potential for the compatibility of printed parts in future space missions
The new system makes it possible to observe the phenomena that occur inside special "topological" materials by photographing the movement of pendulums using a normal camera
New research from the Larkach Institute of Physics reveals a significant advance in chaos theory, by confirming in detail the flux-based statistical theory that predicts chaotic outcomes in non-hierarchical Newtonian three-body systems. This breakthrough lies
The non-Abelian anions are quasi-particles with fascinating statistical and topological properties. Until recently, these particles were only theoretical, but now a research group from Harvard University has created them for the first time in the laboratory. The discovery is made
Two articles by University College London researchers have been published in Nature Communications and Physics Magazine in which the researchers offer an elegant way to reconcile the contradiction between the two theories, each of which affects on a different scale
"The observations will be made possible through the control we have developed over the wave nature of free electrons," explains Prof. Kaminer
The 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three researchers: Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz and Anne L'Huillier for "the development of their methods that produce short attosecond pulses
"This is the first measurement ever made of the free fall of antimatter (antihydrogen) atoms that directly shows that they really fall down," explained Prof. Eli Sherid from the Physics Department at Ben-Gurion University
Quantum effects in X-rays make it possible to improve the resolution of the scan and protect the health of subjects and doctors
Prof. Adi Aryeh: "We are standing at the threshold of a new technological world, and with it comes a host of new opportunities alongside a host of problems we have not yet encountered."
Prof. Yael Shadami from the Faculty of Physics at the Technion focuses on the study of elementary particles including electrons, quarks, photons and gluons, and the interactions, or forces, that act between them. It tries to discover more elementary particles and interactions, beyond those described
Researchers have built surfaces from layers of atoms that slide over each other, thus causing the electrons inside to skip. In the future, they hope that it will be possible to develop advanced information technologies based on them
On May 10, three lectures in the field of quantum will be delivered to the general public, zoomed and free of charge. The event is being held in honor of World Quantum Day under the auspices of the Center for Quantum Information at the Hebrew University. No need to register in advance.
In an article published in the magazine Nature Physics, a team of researchers from Britain, the USA, Germany and Australia demonstrated for the first time the two cracks experiment in the timeline. Instead of a spatial dispersion on a screen, the temporal crack created a dispersion in the light spectrum,
In recent years, physicists from around the world have been discussing the construction of a muon accelerator instead of other conventional accelerators based on protons or electrons. Such an accelerator has clear advantages in discovering new physics, but its construction is accompanied by technological challenges
The upgrade is expected to last several years and will include the construction of a new building to house the upgraded accelerator. Permilab is also planning to build a new particle detector, which will be used to study the particles produced by the Tevatron.
Has a room temperature conductor finally been discovered? very doubtful The scientific community is suspicious of the reliability of the findings and the reason for this is clear, the researcher who signed the discovery claimed this in the past and was repelled by his colleagues on the claim
Scientists are trying to answer one of the biggest open questions in physics
Led by doctoral student Mamon Safdi and Professor Yaron Bromberg from the Hebrew University, an experiment was carried out that demonstrates for the first time a substantial advantage in characterizing materials using entangled photons over classical light. The experiment published in the prestigious journal Nature
The observatory, one of the most advanced in the world, will be used for tracking, sensing, hyperspectral photography and optical and quantum communication with satellites in orbit around the Earth
The scientists of the institute and their research partners showed that the chance of an electron to pass through a tunnel at the junction between a molecule and a light field, and the manner in which it will do so, depend to a large extent on the chirality of both the molecule and the light
Researchers developed an algorithm that showed a basic quantum phenomenon: the immediate effect of one variable on other variables
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