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7 headlines found matching 'Nature Communications'
Thu August 28, 2014
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Atoms superradiate light because superabsorption. It's not news, it's quantum
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Fri August 08, 2014
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So it turns out that electrons moving in a magnetic field exhibit strange quantum behavior that's almost polar opposite from what was predicted, Al Sharpton
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Wed July 30, 2014
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Scientists separate a particle from one of its physical properties creating a "quantum Cheshire Cat"
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Mon July 21, 2014
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MIT research develops a new sponge that uses solar energy to convert water into steam. Researchers considering calling it a Useless Brother-in-Law, which also lays around and does nothing but convert energy into gas all day
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Thu July 10, 2014
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The speed of writing data to storage is about to explode, if you believe these scienticians' spin
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Wed June 25, 2014
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Study finds Monarch butterflies may use a magnetic compass during their autumn migrations to Mexico. I would have thought they upgraded to GPS by now
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Wed May 21, 2014
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Sure the world's glaciers might melt, but they have enough iron locked inside them to prevent global warming from becoming a problem when they do. Here comes the glaciology
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