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Japanese Nobel-prize-winning neutrino pioneer Masatoshi Koshiba dies aged 94 – Physics World

Lasting legacy: Masatoshi Koshiba was instrumental in the construction of the Kamiokande neutrino experiment in central Japan. (Courtesy: CERN/Patrice Loïez) The Japanese physicist Masatoshi Koshiba,...

Deep learning enables rapid detection of stroke-causing blockages – Physics World

Examples of patients with large vessel occlusions correctly predicted by the deep-learning model. Top row: CT angiography slices; middle row: maximal intensity projection images;...

Ultrafast camera breaks 3D speed record – Physics World

A pulse of laser light passing through a laser-scattering medium and bouncing off reflective surfaces. Credit: Caltech A new camera that takes videos at record-breaking...

Tumour composition matters in radiopharmaceutical therapy – Physics World

et al Front. Oncol. 10.3389/fonc.2020.00013)"> A new database of S-values for radiopharmaceutical therapy could prove particularly useful when treating metastatic bone cancer, in which...

Deep-learning-based algorithm helps radiologists detect cerebral aneurysms – Physics World

Left: CT angiogram showing an aneurysm of 2 mm maximum diameter on the left posterior cerebral artery (arrow). Right: volume-rendered 3D reconstruction image. The...

Ferroelectricity: 100 years on – 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...

Flat versus round earth calculator, asteroid is dead ringer for the Moon – Physics World

Our blue sphere: a photograph of Earth, taken by the Apollo 17 mission. (Courtesy: NASA) In case you were not convinced by our immensely popular...

Celebrating the Institute of Physics at 100: the November 2020 issue of Physics World is now out – Physics World

100 not out: the Institute of Physics celebrates its centenary When the Institute of Physics (IOP), which publishes Physics World, was founded in 1920, it...