Physics

Sharper images for extreme LCLS experiments

(Phys.org) —An imaging technique conceived 50 years ago has been successfully demonstrated at SLAC's Linac Coherent Light Source, where it is expected to improve results in a range of experiments, including studies of extreme states of matter formed by shock waves.

How smart are your clothes? Interactive electronic fabrics created

From corsets to caftans, we have seen dramatic changes in popular style over the past 100 years. New research now brings the future of fashion into focus by taking a closer look at the next quantum leap in textile design: computerized fabrics that change their color and their shape in response to movement.

What Does Dark Energy Mean for the Fate of the Universe?

A mysterious dark energy dating back to the dawn of the universe could be poised to rip it apart.

Plasma device could revolutionize energy generation and storage

Engineers have developed a method of creating and controlling plasma that could revolutionize American energy generation and storage.

Softening steel problem expands computer model applications

A new computer model has allowed the rapid design of an annealing process to soften stainless steel.

Neighbors move electrons jointly: Ultrafast collective electron transfer after excitation of single electron

Applying femtosecond x-ray methods, researchers have observed an extremely fast, collective electron transfer of ~100 molecular ions after excitation of a single electron in a crystal of transition metal complexes.

Super-CDMS researchers report possible evidence of WIMPs

(Phys.org) —Researchers working at the Super Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMS) facility beneath the ground in Minnesota are reporting in a paper they've uploaded to the preprint server arXiv, that they've found three events that lie in the signal range of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs).

Molecular rings mystery solved after 20 years

Although the double benzene molecule tried to reveal its structure in experiments in 1993, chemists at the time were unable to find an explanation for the spectral peaks they saw. Now, 20 years later, theoretical chemists have come up with a theory.

NASA Awards Cooperative Agreement for Internships

NASA's Office of Education has awarded a cooperative agreement to the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) to support the agency's education internship programs.

NASA Seeks Innovative Suborbital Flight Technology Proposals

For a second year, NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate is seeking proposals for suborbital technology payloads and spacecraft capability enhancements that could help revolutionize future space missions.

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