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      Space & Physics

      Scientific American Space & Physics is a new publication that goes from quantum to cosmic with a roundup of the most important stories about the universe and beyond.
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      Physics: New Frontiers

      Science fiction has imagined some pretty wild ideas about how the universe could work – from hidden extra dimensions in Interstellar to life as a mental projection in The Matrix. But these imaginings seem downright tame compared with the mind-bending science now coming out of physics and astronomy, and in this eBook, we look at the strange and fascinating discoveries shaping (and reshaping) the field today.
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      Physics: New Frontiers
      November 6, 2015Engineering

      Ultrasonic Levitation

      Nature Video finds out how to levitate objects using sound waves. Scientists can float objects in mid-air, using just the power of sound. Now, using ultrasonic speakers, they can levitate things with more control than ever before, moving small objects in three dimensions even with the whole array turned upside down...
      Ultrasonic Levitation
      November 1, 2005The Sciences

      The Illusion of Gravity

      The force of gravity and one of the dimensions of space might be generated out of the peculiar interactions of particles and fields existing in a lower-dimensional realm
      June 1, 2012Space & Physics

      What Is It?

      Honeycomb lattice
      February 19, 2018Space & Physics

      Enrico Fermi: The Last Man Who Knew Everything

      David N. Schwartz talks about his latest book, The Last Man Who Knew Everything: The Life and Times of Enrico Fermi, Father of the Nuclear Age.  
      Enrico Fermi: The Last Man Who Knew Everything
      August 1, 2011Space & Physics

      Does the Multiverse Really Exist?

      Proof of parallel universes radically different from our own may still lie beyond the domain of science
      April 1, 2007Space & Physics

      Information in the Holographic Universe

      Theoretical results about black holes suggest that the universe could be like a gigantic hologram
      January 1, 2006The Sciences

      Information in the Holographic Universe

      Theoretical results about black holes suggest that the universe could be like a gigantic hologram
      January 1, 2006The Sciences

      The String Theory Landscape

      The theory of strings predicts that the universe might occupy one random "valley" out of a virtually infinite selection of valleys in a vast landscape of possibilities
      March 5, 2013Biology

      What’s Wrong with the Brain Activity Map Proposal

      With the president suggesting a multibillion-dollar neuroscience effort, a leading neuroscientist explains the deep conceptual problems with plans to record all the brain's neurons
      March 9, 2017Space & Physics

      The Quest to Crystallize Time

      Bizarre forms of matter called time crystals were supposed to be physically impossible. Now they’re not
      October 1, 2007Space & Physics

      New Beginnings

      Ideas for a time before the big bang—which might be testable
      February 1, 2007The Sciences

      Cordless Charging

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