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Jan 19, 2014

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X-ray pioneers bag European Physical Society Condensed Matter Division Europhysics Prize

Giacomo Ghiringhelli and Lucio Braicovich win for developing inelastic scattering technique

Gravitational-wave observation helps pinpoint neutron-star mass limit

Neutron stars can be as heavy as 2.16 solar masses, say astrophysicists

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Specialized structures absorb up to 99.95% of incident light

Quantum mechanics provides new insights into active fluids

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Neutron anomaly might point to dark matter

"Dark decay" could leave traces in existing experiments

Intel unveils 49-qubit superconducting chip

Quantum processor named after Alaska’s Tangled Lakes

X-ray ‘GPS’ unveiled by NASA

System could use pulsars to guide spacecraft

Quadrupole topological insulator created in mechanical metamaterial

Vibrations point the way to "corner states"

Chemists gear-up for 2019 International Year of the Periodic Table

UNESCO will celebrate 150th anniversary of iconic chart of the elements

Neutrons fly left or right depending on size of colliding nuclei

Outcome of collision determined by electromagnetic and strong forces

Optical ‘astrocomb’ could boost searches for Earth-like planets

Microresonator cavity operates at frequencies needed to make extremely precise observations

Quantum gravity could be probed by entangled masses

Physicists revisit thought experiment proposed by Richard Feynman

How forests could limit earthquake damage to buildings

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