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In the complex architecture that ferries fluids in plants and brains, scientists are finding a model of resilience.
Researchers are making progress toward a “perfect lens” that will be able to resolve an organelle assembling a protein or a virus attacking a cell.
An interview with the Berkeley chemist K. Birgitta Whaley on the promise and challenge of translating quantum biology into practical quantum devices.
Whispers of the elusive particles are becoming stronger with a series of signals that appear to be zeroing in on a leading contender.
New findings suggest that beneath the surface of quantum theory lies a vibrant string theory world where some matter corresponds to black holes in higher dimensions.
Theoretical cosmologists are piecing together a cosmic origin story from a surprising anomaly in the recently released Planck satellite image.
Decades of confounding experiments have physicists considering a startling possibility: The universe might not make sense.
An interview with the Nobel Prize-winner David J. Gross on the confusing state of theoretical physics.
A radical theory predicting the existence of “time crystals” — perpetual motion objects that break the symmetry of time — is being put to the test.
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