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Holographic sound fields shape 3D matter without a touch

3D printing is about to revolutionize the way we fabricate products. Building up objects point-by-point (also called additive manufacturing) enables the fabrication of single parts of arbitrary shape and composition without slow and complicated machining steps. The realm of 3D printing is still young and... click to read more

  • Kai Melde | Junior group leader at Max Planck Institute for Medical Research
Views 1360
Reading time 4 min
published on Nov 15, 2023
How to make a kilonova: Finding a path for cosmic alchemy

In 2017, a cosmic event occurred that changed our understanding of the universe when the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) detected a merger event from two neutron stars caught in a tight orbit in an event dubbed GW 170817. Neutron stars are stars so dense... click to read more

  • Noel Richardson | Assistant Professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Clarissa Pavao | Student researcher at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Views 930
Reading time 3.5 min
published on Oct 25, 2023
Surfing the Waves of Quantum Matter in Warm Classical Seas

Understanding a physical system is the art of distillation. Within an infinitely entangled reality, one must look at the proper scale and focus on the relevant phenomena to unlock the underlying simplicity. For example, to understand the motion of the sea, it would be futile... click to read more

  • Imran Saeed | Research Fellow at UNIST
  • Tsvi Tulsty | Research Fellow at Ulsan National Institute of Science
  • Hyuk Kyu Pak | Research Fellow at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Views 1246
Reading time 4 min
published on Oct 23, 2023
Taking off with quantum sensors on unstaffed aerial vehicles

Today, we use unstaffed aerial vehicles (UAVs) with a diverse array of sensors in a wide range of applications including aerial photography, precision agriculture, environmental monitoring (i.e. forest fire and river monitoring), and infrastructure inspections. For instance, magnetometers are used on UAVs in archeological applications... click to read more

Views 1390
Reading time 3 min
published on Oct 13, 2023
Smaller, faster, more complex? Watching a phase transition with X-ray eyes

Vapor condensing on your mirror after a shower, molten iron cooling into solid bars, and diamonds forming under intense pressure – these are all examples of phase transitions, when a material transforms from one state to another. But while phase transitions are defined by their... click to read more

  • Allan Johnson | Assistant Research Professor at IMDEA Nanoscience, Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies in Nanoscience
Views 1434
Reading time 3 min
published on Sep 18, 2023