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Stories by Eugenie Samuel Reich

Missing Galaxy Mass Found

Missing Galaxy Mass Found

A puzzle from the big bang's echo is solved using the technique of gravitational lensing

February 18, 2014 — Eugenie Samuel Reich and Nature magazine

Cyclotrons Come Full Circle

U.S. Physicists hope to rejuvenate a classic technology to support neutrino experiments

July 25, 2013 — Eugenie Samuel Reich and Nature magazine

Metal Oxide Chips Show Promise as Transistors

Materials that flip from insulator to conductor could make more energy-efficient transistors, although the metals are not yet close to competing with silicon

March 7, 2013 — Eugenie Samuel Reich and Nature magazine

Electron Beams Set Nanostructures Aglow

Physicists borrow an old tool from geology to focus "cathodoluminescence" and use it to probe the interior layers of metamaterials in lasers, light-based circuits and solar cells

January 9, 2013 — Eugenie Samuel Reich and Nature magazine

The Specter of Fraud

Stimulus funds for science raise concern about misconduct

July 1, 2009 — Eugenie Samuel Reich

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