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Observing primordial waves: Qaisar Shafi has news for Stephen Hawking

February 1, 2010 - STEPHEN HAWKING is something of a gambler when it comes to physics, placing bets on everything from the action of black holes to the discovery of gravitational waves. The bad news for Hawking is that a touch of "quantum smearing" could significantly lower his chances of winning his latest wager.

Szalewicz group takes theoretical research on 'nasty' molecule to next level

December 4, 2009 - Some atoms don't always follow the rules. Take the beryllium dimer, a seemingly simple molecule made up of two atoms that University of Delaware physicists Krzysztof Szalewicz and Konrad Patkowski and colleague Vladimír Spirko of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic report on in the Dec. 4 edition of the journal Science.

Hadjipanayis Lab reports on fabrication of rare-earth-cobalt magnetic nanoparticles at the International Conference on Magnetism 2009

September 30, 2009 - At a recent International Conference on Magnetism 2009 held in Germany, which has brought together leading researchers  (including plenary talks by Nobel Laureates in Physics, P. W. Anderson, P. Grünberg, and A. Fert)  in magnetism, strongly correlated electron systems, spintronics, and applications of soft and hard magnetic materials,  Prof. George C.

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