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Single molecules keep to the straight and narrow – Physics World

Precisely sending and receiving single molecules. Courtesy: L Grill A change in the position of a single molecule can determine the outcome of a chemical...

Could 4D MRI be a major leap forward for foetal imaging? – Physics World

© AuntMinnieEurope.com Clinicians could have better information about foetal heart health thanks to a new imaging method developed by researchers from King’s College London. The...

Has the proton radius puzzle been solved at last? – Physics World

Puzzling protons: Alexey Grinin and Dery Taray working on the vacuum system of the 1S-3S experiment at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics....

Black hole diaries: new book unveils secrets of stellar voids – Physics World

Taken from the November 2020 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World...

First report of clinical MRI-Linac treatments wins journal citations prize – Physics World

Lead author Jan Lagendijk (left) and first author Bas Raaymakers from UMC Utrecht. A research paper describing the first clinical use of a 1.5 T...

US president-elect Joe Biden set to put science centre stage – Physics World

Taken from the December 2020 issue of Physics World, where it appeared under the headline "'Delight' as Biden elected US president". Members of the...

Optimizing MLC leaf speed could improve radiotherapy plan quality – Physics World

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Perovskites could be platforms for exciton condensates – Physics World

Laser pumping applied on a perovskite monolayer and the emerging exciton vortices. Courtesy: D Zhang Organic-inorganic perovskite materials are usually studied in the context of...