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Why do we want to build a watt balance to determine mass?

Stephan Schlamminger makes the case for why we need to redefine the kilogram

Why should scientists communicate their work to the public?

Quantum physicist Andrea Morello on the responsibility of scientists to share the findings of their research

Why do physicists want to redefine basic units as fundamental constants?

Stephan Schlamminger explains why this change is taking place

Why use silicon qubits for quantum computing?

Andrea Morello believes that classical computing might hold the key to quantum computing

Why do we need synchrotrons to study superconductors?

How synchrotrons help reveal the mystery of high-temperature superconductivity

What are the potential applications of topological insulators?

Why topological insulators could boost electronics and quantum computing

Why do quarantines work?

Alexandra Fogg explains the mathematics behind these measures

How many times can you fold a piece of paper in half?

Jack Baker answers this often-asked question

How much weight could Noah’s Ark support?

Ollie Youle takes a physical approach to this biblical tale

What is the maximum number of layers in a human pyramid?

Roger Leyser tackles the question from a physics perspective