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Antimatter 'surfs' to higher energies on a plasma wave

New positron acceleration technique could boost energies in next-generation colliders

Nanotubes energize laser-accelerated ions

A layer of carbon nanotubes can triple the energy of laser-accelerated carbon ions

'Decorated' graphene is a superconductor

Depositing lithium on 2D material generates Cooper pairs

World's thinnest diffraction gratings made from graphene

Ultrathin nano-gratings produce high-contrast interference patterns of massive molecules

Could radon and one of its radioactive isotopes reliably predict an earthquake?

Radon–thoron isotope concentrations may peak before an earthquake

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Inside the particle pyramid

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Curing the Curie complex

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Unique, but not exceptional

A book that characterizes life on Earth as "special but not significant" gets Tamara Davis thinking about the interconnectedness of the cosmos

A very brief history of relativity

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