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Let there be light, sound, fluids and quantum weirdness

We love physics in all its forms, from new research on mind-bending concepts like quantum weirdness and spooky action at a distance to the science of sounds and fluids to all the forces that push, pull, stick and slip. Here we tackle the macroscopic, the subatomic, the strange, the cool, the groundbreaking and the obscure.

The 2017 Nobel prize honors three for the first observation of gravitational waves.

Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer

Researchers figure out how to cheaply grow large shape memory alloy crystals.

Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer

French scientists have created a material with convention-defying magnetic properties.

Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer

The search for room temperature superconductors.

Keith Landry, Contributor

Physicists discover the universe’s most violent vortices inside the exotic state of matter.

Gabriel Popkin, Contributor

Why we ramped up fusion energy research (Part 5 of a 5-part series).

Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor

The early history of fusion energy (Part 4 of a 5-part series).

Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor

Giant magnets used for nuclear fusion weigh almost as much as 747 jet plane (Part 3 of a 5-part series).

Karin Heineman, Executive Producer

The boundless benefits of fusion energy (Part 2 of a 5-part series).

Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor

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