Quantum cosmology takes us "beyond the continuum described by general relativity where Einstein's physics breaks down—for example beyond the Big Bang."
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Researchers aim to update Apollo-era information about rocket-powered landings on dusty celestial bodies like Mars with new supercomputer simulations.
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Artisanal makers of mezcal use tiny bubbles to determine when the alcohol level is right. Fluid dynamics researchers investigated how it works.
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Quantum teleportation is an key way to transmit info in quantum computing. In a new step forward, researchers say it may be possible between electrons.
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A new study helps to reconcile a Nobel Prize-winning theory with experiments on how solids melt.
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New research shows that our minds focus on physical traits of an object that we can't even see while we search for it and discards traits that don't match.
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Engineers have known how to use sticky stuff inspired by gecko feet for years. Now, new research paves the way for mass production.
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