The LHC, operating at unprecedented luminosities, has revealed a system of five "glue-like" particles that could help us to fill out a "periodic table" of subatomic particles. The post Not one, not two, but five new particles discovered with the Large Hadron Collider appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Some people collect stamps, some collect coins, some even collect barbed wire. But the aptly named [Plutonium Bunny] is an element collector, as in one who seeks a sample of as many elements on the periodic table as possible. Whatever,...Show More Summary
Nestled directly below oxygen and sulfur on the periodic table, selenium doesn't attract too much attention. But this relatively rare element is an important nutrient for animals, including humans. New research suggests selenium is yet...Show More Summary
It's the first long "district work period"—recess in less euphemistic terms—for Congress, the first chance they have to come back home and face constituents after a month of this new, disastrous Trump administration. In a reflectionShow More Summary
(University of Manchester) Researchers at The University of Manchester have entered the 'Wild West' of the periodic table to finally solve a decades-old scientific challenge -- and have revealed that an important but niche chemical bonding principle may be much more widely applicable than previously thought.
Researchers at The University of Manchester have entered the "Wild West" of the periodic table to finally solve a decades-old scientific challenge—and have revealed that an important but niche chemical bonding principle may be much more widely applicable than previously thought.
Everyone's excited about a compound formed with helium, one of the periodic table's most inert elements. But this work has been under scrutiny for three years, and not everyone's convinced.
The Economic Survey 2017 of India, for the period 2016-2017, was tabled in the Parliament on 31st January, 2017. It was presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before the Parliament prior to the Indian Budget. The survey was prepared by Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian. Show More Summary
As hard as The Big Bang Theory may try every week, a lot of people in the world still don’t see science as especially sexy or exciting. That’s what makes studying science—a.k.a. “the nerdy arts”—so important, though. It’s like the vegetables...Show More Summary
Geeks of America, PBS' "Nova" wants you to open up your minds and wallets for a sequel to its sleeper 2012 hit film on the periodic table.
The Alternative Periodic Table is a new project from Matt Baker at UsefulCharts being funded through a Kickstarter campaign that ends on February 9, 2017. Act fast to get your copy and help support Matt! From Matt: Recently, I decided to tackle the most famous chart of all... Show More Summary
The element Livermorium (element 116, named after Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) was created in 2000. It's in the same column of the periodic table as sulfur and it is speculated that it might be the smelliest of all elements,...Show More Summary
Believe it or not, your body is largely made of the products from exploding stars, cosmic ray fission, and other Star Trek-esque phenomena. The stellar origins of every atom in your body trace back to the Big Bang, and are now outlined...Show More Summary
An interactive created by Sunglass Warehouse. They scientifically mapped out the 96 tastiest beers in this Periodic Tavel of Beer. Hover over each square to see the full beer name. Click on a square to finf more details, like brewery name and location. The Presurfer
We are made of starstuff.
If you’re looking for a tasty new beer to try out, this interactive periodic table will guide you in the right direction. Read more...
In the first episode of his famous TV series about space, "Cosmos: A Personal Voyage," the late astronomer Carl Sagan wastes no time dramatically setting the stage. "The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean," Sagan says. Show More Summary
This story is cross-posted on Ecosystem Marketplace. Five years ago, Prisca Mayende's four-acre farm looked just like those around her: treeless and flat, it baked in the sun, lay fallow for periods, and lived on expensive fertilizers. Today, it stands out like an oasis. Show More Summary
For the first January in seven years, PBS is devoid of Downton Abbey, the addictive period piece/soap opera that, here in the U.S., gave public broadcasting cultural currency and a prime seat at the Emmy Awards table. With the show having ended its run nearly a year ago, PBS is ... More »
Nuclear chemist Dawn Shaughnessy pushes against the limits of matter.