Author(s): David Parkinson
Searches for ultracompact clumps of cold dark matter have come up empty, but these nondetections place new limits on the early expansion history of the Universe.
[Physics 9, 110] Published Wed Sep 28, 2016
Author(s): Dilano Saldin The technique of ghost imaging, which builds up images of objects by combining information from light collected at two detectors, has been demonstrated in the x-ray regime. [Physics 9, 103] Published Wed Sep...
Author(s): Susanne Yelin Riding the coattails of cold atomic physics, researchers have demonstrated the ability to steer cold molecules into desired quantum states. [Physics 9, 60] Published Fri Jun 03, 2016
Superconducting aluminum or superfluid helium could be used to detect superlight dark matter particles. [Physics] Published Wed Sep 14, 2016
A new study of the cosmic microwave background places the strictest limits to date on a rotating Universe and other forms of cosmic anisotropy. [Physics] Published Wed Sep 21, 2016