• Author(s): Philip Ball Researchers discovered a trick for dragging an object in a fluid with minimal effort, suggesting an optimal strategy for nanorobots. [Physics 17, 87] Published Fri May 24, 2024
  • Author(s): Sarah Wells Using atomic layer deposition, scientists have created a new light-absorbing thin film that could help telescopes see a starrier night. [Physics 17, 86] Published Thu May 23, 2024
  • Author(s): Matteo Rini Spacetime wrinkles known as cosmic strings, which might have formed in the early Universe, could be a dominant source of gravitational waves at ultrahigh frequencies, according to new calculations. [Physics 17, s62] Published Thu May 23, 2024
  • Author(s): Michael Hahn New solar observations indicate that plasma waves are responsible for the Sun’s outer atmosphere having different abundances of chemical elements than the Sun’s other layers. [Physics 17, 83] Published Wed May 22, 2024
  • Author(s): Rachel Berkowitz Coupling the charger and battery to a common reservoir induces a direct flow of energy into the battery. [Physics 17, s58] Published Wed May 22, 2024
  • Author(s): Michael Schirber A secure method for cloud-based quantum computing harnesses the power of quantum physics to keep data confidential. [Physics 17, 85] Published Tue May 21, 2024
  • Author(s): Marric Stephens An experiment at CERN seeks signs of dark matter by looking for missing energy and momentum in the debris of particle collisions. [Physics 17, s54] Published Tue May 21, 2024