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THE VERGE In March 2017, thieves made off with radiation detectors and small disks of radioactive plutonium and... 52 minutes
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New cost-effective instrument measures molecular dynamics on a picosecond timescale
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Breast cancer follow-up imaging varies widely, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY Follow-up imaging for women with non-metastatic breast cancer varies widely across the country, according to a new study. Some patients go without the annual mammograms that experts recommend, while others with the... 1 day
Chernobyl exposure alters the gut bacteria of wild animals
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the Universities of Oulu and Jyväskylä, together with their collaborators in the U.S. and France, have shown that wild animals living in areas contaminated by radioactive material have... 1 day
Image: The Herschel Astrophysical Terahertz Large Area Survey
PHYS.ORG At first glance this frame is flooded with salt-and-pepper static. Rather than being tiny grains or pixels of TV noise, every single point of light in this image is actually a distant... 1 day
china s fast telescope identifies 43 pulsars China's FAST Telescope Identifies 43 Pulsars
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Smart window controls light and heat, kills microorganisms
PHYS.ORG A new smart window offers more than just a nice view—it also controls the transmittance of sunlight, heats the interiors of buildings by converting solar radiation into heat, and virtually eliminates E.... 4 days
The perfect terahertz beam -- thanks to the 3-D printer
SCIENCE DAILY Terahertz radiation can be used for a wide variety of applications and is used today for airport security checks just as much as it is for material analysis... 6 days
Researchers attempt to create better diagnostic test for radiation exposure
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix are attempting to create a better diagnostic test for radiation exposure that potentially could save thousands of... 6 days
Shaping terahertz beams with extremely high precision via 3-D printing
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Preparing for quick radiation diagnostic test in case of a nuclear disaster
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Wolves in Chernobyl could spread to other areas, help support other populations
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'Superstar' Eta Carinae Acts Like a Ginormous Cosmic-Ray Gun, But Why?
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How Novichok is different from radioactive poisons – and what this means for decontamination
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Caffeine offers clues to ultra-transient positive charges' migration
SCIENCE DAILY Caffeine keeps physicists up at night. Particularly those concerned with the capacity of electrons to absorb energy. In a new study physicists have used the caffeine molecule as a playground to test... 2 weeks
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High performance nitride semiconductor for environmentally friendly photovoltaics
PHYS.ORG A Tokyo Institute of Technology research team has shown copper nitride acts as an n-type semiconductor, with p-type conduction provided by fluorine doping, utilizing a unique nitriding technique applicable for mass production... 2 weeks
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