Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Scientists break the record for data transfer efficiency by using photons and quantum communication techniques.
Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer
How an angry encounter with a total stranger helped to identify the cause of Legionnaires’ disease.
Joel Shurkin, Contributor
"Deep learning" finds telltale arcs of light that indicate massive objects.
Ramin Skibba, Contributor
A special coating might one day repair ragged clothes with a little pressure, heat and water.
Karin Heineman, Executive Producer
A stellar explosion in the constellation Cygnus could be visible to the naked eye.
Abigail Malate, Staff Illustrator
An experiment half a century ago created an industry that specializes in freezing the dead. Many scientists think the chance of reviving them is slim.
Peter Gwynne, Contributor
A special imaging technique takes pictures of blood flow under the skin, revealing how and why some elderly suffer poor blood flow.
Catherine Meyers, Staff Writer
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Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe
Black Hole Cores May Not Be Infinitely Dense
Gravitational Waves Spotted, Confirming Einstein's Ripples In Spacetime
Physiology or Medicine Nobel Goes to Discovery of Cell's Recycling Process
Three Share Nobel Prize in Physics for Study of Exotic States of Matter
Three Share Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Molecular Machine Discoveries
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