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Light is seen to scatter off light

Lead-ion collisions reveal phenomenon forbidden in classical physics

From hype to hyperloop

Vacuum-based transport systems could clear the way for faster, cheaper travel – or so proponents claim. Jon Cartwright takes a closer look

Celestial companion

Totality: the Great American Eclipses of 2017 and 2024, written by Mark Littmann and Fred Espenak, reviewed by Tushna Commissariat

To the ends of the Earth

Eclipse: Journey to the Dark Side of the Moon by Frank Close, reviewed by Hamish Johnston

Why being average is bad news for ants

Medium-sized ants slide more easily down the slopes of sandy pits dug by antlion larvae

"Solar glasses" provide power as well as shade

Device exploits lightweight, semi-transparent organic solar cells

Live embryos analysed with new microscopy method

Flash Physics: need-to-know updates from the world of physics

The Graduate Engineer Show

Exhibition: 25 Oct 2017, Derby, United Kingdom.

Solar core spins four times faster than expected

New finding could revolutionize understanding of Sun's structure

Indian scientists protest over funding

Flash Physics: need-to-know updates from the world of physics

Building baby universes

A Big Bang in a Little Room delves into the scientific, moral and theological questions behind the quest to create new universes; says Peter Coles

When goofing off is good

Particle physicist Daniel Whiteson describes his collaboration with the artistic brains behind PHD Comics

No insects harmed with new imaging method

Flash Physics: need-to-know updates from the world of physics

Emergent Quantum Mechanics 2017

Conference: 26 Oct 2017 - 28 Oct 2017, London, United Kingdom. Organized by Walleczek, Grössing, Pylkkänen.

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