New data reveals that number of aerosol particles exhaled by people who are exercising increases 132-fold on average during ...
New device might find applications in flexible lighting and smart displays that can be used at night without disrupting the ...
In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast we explore how climate change is affecting human and natural systems with Noah Diffenbaugh, who leads The Climate and Earth System Dynamics Group at ...
The existence of ‘shorelines’ on Mars has been a central plank in the argument that oceans once graced the Red Planet ...
James McKenzie reflects on the wonders of Gorilla Glass – an invention that protects billions of smartphones, tablets and ...
The applied physicist Arati Prabhakar has been nominated by US president Joe Biden as the next director of the Office of ...
Elekta’s cloud-based software platform ProKnow is being used to centralize NHS England’s radiotherapy data while simultaneously opening up access to that data among treatment centres across the countr ...
Toronto-based start-up’s programmable photonic device is accessible to the public and much faster than classical machines at ...
As temperatures fall below freezing, lithium-ion batteries cannot hold as much charge, so they do not recharge very well.
A new optical telescope in South Africa that will measure the brightness of transient sources will begin operation in ...
Ancient glass is not just of interest to historians and archaeologists – it may also hold the key to understanding the ...
New device operates at femtosecond time scales thanks to light-field control of real and virtual charge carriers ...