Paul Nelson has solved the subconvexity problem, bringing mathematicians one step closer to understanding the Riemann hypothesis and the distribution of prime numbers.
An accurate clock for one observer may be measured as ticking at a different rate when compared to a second observer’s own equally accurate clock. This effect is not a result of the clocks’ technical properties but of the nature of spacetime itself.
An international collaboration of scientists identified four fragments that interact with the nsp10 protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus using the FragMAX platform and BioMAX beamline.
Engineering physics PhD student Khadijeh Miarabbas Kiani has fabricated a laser on silicon using a simple, cost-effective method — something that has been a longstanding challenge in the field of silicon photonics.
Study on mice found palmitic acid promoted metastasis in mouth and skin cancers
How a clock measures time and how you perceive it are quite different. As we grow older, it can often feel like time goes by faster and faster. This speeding up of subjective time with age is well documented by psychologists, but there is no consensus on the cause. In a paper published this month, Professor Adrian Bejan presents an argument based on the physics …
1952 Miller-Urey experiment showed organic molecules forming from inorganic precursors.
Research in mice shows that different nutrients each activate specific nerves
McGill University researchers, inspired by mother of pearl, have managed to make an incredibly tough form of glass.
Say goodbye to kidney transplants and immunosuppressant drugs.
New research adds to our knowledge about how the oils we eat affect our bodies
Long Island (USA) The Breit-Wheeler effect, postulated as early as 1934, describes the conversion of light into matter. With the theory physicists Gregory
Someday, everyone will know the name ‘Rick Simpson’. Why? Because, according to sources, the man rediscovered the cure for cancer.
A shutdown would have devastating global impacts and must not be allowed to happen, researchers say
Shooting glass beads across the inside of a satellite could probe the limits of quantum wave behaviour. Here’s how.