Bats’ hunting angle of approach cuts through the noise
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The fiber-optic cables that connect the global Internet could potentially be used as seismic sensors. Christopher Intagliata reports.
New books by a physicist and science journalist mount aggressive but ultimately unpersuasive defenses of multiverses...
Sensors have captured more than 40 events
Scientists are finally approaching a consensus on the decades-old question
Two researchers in Japan supply the world’s physicists with a gem that has accelerated graphene’s electronics boom
The science is immature and a multi-purpose quantum computer doesn’t yet exist. But that isn’t stopping investors pouring cash into quantum start-ups
Astronomers say they have detected the long-sought remnant of a relatively close supernova
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Japan’s KAGRA observatory set to begin operations by the end of 2019
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Precise measurement affirms that the particle’s radius is smaller than physicists once thought
Researchers tracked thousands of individual ants to determine how they move in vast numbers without stumbling into gridlock.
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The limited system made a notable advancement on the road to beating classical machines
A new study suggests the cosmos may be curved in upon itself like a ball—but many experts remain unconvinced
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