Posts Tagged 'experimental'

Antimagnet Cloak Hides Objects from Static Magnetic Fields


Researchers in the journal Science have reported that they can now create a cloak that hides objects from static magnetic fields. There are a multitude of different applications, but some might subvert airport security.

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More Data of Elusive Higgs Boson from Defunct US Tevatron Collider


The elusive Higgs boson might have been spotted in the data collected by the Tevatron, a now shuttered collider at Fermilab in Batavia, Illinois. The existence of the Higgs boson is predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics.

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Evidence of Elusive Majorana Fermions Raises Possibilities for Quantum Computing


It’s been reported that researchers in the Leo Kouwenhoven group, based out of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, might have beaten several competing teams in solid state and high energy physics to find the elusive Majorana fermions, a mysterious quantum-mechanical particle that might have some applications in quantum computing.

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