• Author(s): Mark Buchanan Producing fake sound reflections that simulate the presence or absence of an object could allow the military to hide assets underwater. [Physics 16, 206] Published Fri Dec 08, 2023
  • Author(s): Katherine Wright Supercomputer simulations of the weather on a hot Jupiter reveal a previously unseen storm pattern in which cyclones are repeatedly generated and destroyed. [Physics 16, 204] Published Thu Dec 07, 2023
  • Author(s): Katherine Wright Researchers predict a large “CP” violation for the decay of a baryon that contains a bottom quark, a finding that has implications for how physicists understand the Universe. [Physics 16, s175] Published Thu Dec 07, 2023
  • Author(s): Philippe Roncin and William Allison Researchers have developed an atom-diffraction imaging method with micrometer spatial resolution, which may allow new applications in material characterization. [Physics 16, 205] Published Wed Dec 06, 2023
  • Author(s): Matteo Rini Molecular “kicks” induced by ultraviolet light are predicted to cause carbon monoxide molecules to be released from the icy layers that cover cosmic dust. [Physics 16, s173] Published Wed Dec 06, 2023
  • Author(s): Ryan Wilkinson Researchers have precisely measured the electrical-transport properties of a highly ordered Wigner solid—a crystalline state formed of electrons rather than atoms. [Physics 16, s172] Published Tue Dec 05, 2023
  • Author(s): Thomas Galley A proposed model unites quantum theory with classical gravity by assuming that states evolve in a probabilistic way, like a game of chance. [Physics 16, 203] Published Mon Dec 04, 2023