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Il rivelatore ad argon liquido (italiano) per il progetto Icarus

Il rivelatore ad argon liquido (italiano) per il progetto Icarus

Un tunnel al Large Hadron Collider

Un tunnel al Large Hadron Collider

i soliti specchietti per le allodole

i soliti specchietti per le allodole

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Using a laser to 'see' the smallest world: Powerful laser breathes new life into an old technology for studying atomic-level structures

A carry-on suitcase that you can control from your phone ('like a boss'). It basically does everything but carry itself. Someday... someday.

33 Insanely Clever Products That Came Out In 2014

The Cockcroft-Walton accelerator at Japan’s High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) (2008). The Cockcroft-Walton accelerator was introduced in 1932 and was the first apparatus to artificially accelerate atomic particles to high energies, according to Nature. KEK’s Cockcroft-Walton device, still in use, accelerates to 800,000 volts, according to Janet Conrad, a physics professor at MIT. Fermilab also has a Cockcroft-Walton accelerator, now out of operation. Photo by Stanley…

Smashing Places Ina new book called Time Machines, photographer Stanley Greenberg looks at the machinery of high-energy physics through stark black and white photography. Is this the future? (via SciArts)

Quantum causal relations: A causes B causes A

A new framework for quantum mechanics which does not assume a pre-existing global time. It demonstrates the possibility for two agents to perform a communication task in which it is impossible to tell with certainty who influences whom.

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