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String theory may hold answers about quark-gluon plasma

Keep it simple, SUSY

Boosting luminosity: How to get the most bang for your proton in the LHC

Rare particle decays could indicate presence of new physics

Color by physics – An artist’s search for a new way to create color could compel science to ask a  few new questions of its own

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Researchers Get First Glimpse of Light-boosting Effect in a Solid

X-Rays Offer First Detailed Look at Hotspots for Calcium-related Disease

Getting Beam to the LCLS: A Day in the Main Control Center

First Soft X-rays Explore Ultrafast Magnetic Behaviors

Fermi Telescope Releases First Source Catalog

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Tiny Drug Transporters – Carbon nanotubes could reduce side effects from cancer treatment.

Virus-Assembled Microbatteries – Researchers assemble two major components of a microbattery.

First All-Nanowire Sensor – Researchers integrate nanowire sensors and electronics on a chip.

Compressing Light – A new way to confine light could enable better optical communications and computing.

Quantum Leap – Researchers have controlled the position of a single electron in a silicon circuit.

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Nanotechnology for Biology: Exploring Cellular Activity and Abnormality

Optical Traps Illuminate the Sub-cellular World

Modern Technology Follows Ancient Paths

Self-Propelling Picnic Pests

Structural and Photonic Properties of Butterfly Wings Replicated

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The Promise (and Potential Perils) of Nanotechnology

Rethinking Green

Running for Research

The Semantics of Science

AAAS: Quantifying Baseball in the Information Age

 
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