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Particle physicists wonder about a new duality

Particle physicists wonder about a new duality

Once found, these inscrutable rules helped particle physicists calculate scattering amplitudes to much higher levels of precision than they could achieve with the traditional approach. The restructuring also allowed Dixon and his collaborators to spot the hidden link between the two seemingly unrelated scattering amplitudes. Map of the antipodes At the heart of duality is …

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Diamond Anvil Cell

Holy Grail of Energy Efficiency: Physicists Advance in Race to Room-Temperature Superconductivity

A team of physicists from the Nevada Extreme Conditions Lab (NEXCL) at UNLV used a diamond anvil cell, a research device similar to the one pictured, in their research to lower the pressure needed to observe material capable of superconductivity at ambient temperature. Credit: Image courtesy of NEXCL Less than two years ago, the scientific …

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Diamond Anvil Cell

Holy Grail of Energy Efficiency: Physicists Advance in Race to Room-Temperature Superconductivity

A team of physicists from the Nevada Extreme Conditions Lab (NEXCL) at UNLV used a diamond anvil cell, a research device similar to the one pictured, in their research to lower the pressure needed to observe material capable of superconductivity at ambient temperature. Credit: Image courtesy of NEXCL Less than two years ago, the scientific …

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Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

A team of physicists from the Nevada Extreme Conditions Lab (NEXCL) at UNLV used a diamond anvil cell, a research device similar to the one pictured, in their research to lower the pressure needed to observe material capable of superconductivity at ambient temperature. Credit: NEXCL Less than two years after shocking the scientific world with …

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Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

A team of physicists from the Nevada Extreme Conditions Lab (NEXCL) at UNLV used a diamond anvil cell, a research device similar to the one pictured, in their research to lower the pressure needed to observe material capable of superconductivity at ambient temperature. Credit: NEXCL Less than two years after shocking the scientific world with …

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