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The American Physical Society invites nominations and applications for the position of Editor in Chief.
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Only if it doesn't cost us 'poor' people everything we own, just for a 'modicum' of knowledge. Some of us POOR people have much greater minds than you eltist, rich people...
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Two experimental teams have revealed new properties of a cold, two-dimensional gas of interacting fermionic atoms. For example, the strongest interactions occur in a ring where the density is intermediate between the high-density, quantum regime at the center and the low-density, classical regime at the edges of the disk.
Two separate groups have extracted the thermodynamic equation of state for a two-dimensional gas of fermionic atoms, revealing its peculiar quantum features.
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What the illustration looks like, is ,[electric activity] separates fermionic atom but what really separates them is<[[ HEAT]]>so when they get cold, two detentions gases happen they slow down, but add heat ,and they are active. Simple. './2D IS A BOSE CLASSICAL GAS /THE 3D FERMI GAS IS QUANTUM. THUS ; OR
. ' .HEAT IS THE FACTOR IN TWO D OR THREE D ,[ZERO °] ,PUT SOME HEAT ON IT ,IT GOES QUANTUM. THANK YOU FOR SHARING
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[ESPECIALLY MEERA PARISH] .......🎓🎓🎓🎓🎓...........Ps add 2D TO 3D =EMBEDDED DEMENTION,yes it could be used in wether precision in clouds ,
[ ! Formation of tornados ! ] how much precipitation (💦)👌👍👏
(quantum edge / classical center) atomallogy in brilliantly explained
Form...noninteracting Fermi gas.
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The clumpiness of galaxy clusters is expected to depend on their rate of assembly, among other things. But this dependence has not been detectable in galaxy observations, so some cosmologists have wondered if something was missing in our theories of the evolution of the Universe. Now a new study of 8648 galaxy clusters confirms the predicted effect.
The clumping of galaxies and galaxy clusters has a subtle dependence on their assembly history—a predicted effect that has now been detected.
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New device delivers single, identical photons with 66% efficiency, compared with only 6% in the previous version. This efficiency is necessary along with the other qualities for applications such as quantum computing.
A quantum dot embedded in a micropillar is an efficient source of pure and indistinguishable single photons.
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Computer simulations show that the airflow that keeps a bee in flight is not seriously affected by strong turbulence. So the insect need not expend extra energy to stay in the air, which is good news for designers of insect-like drones.
A simulation of a flying bee shows that insects don’t expend extra energy to maintain lift in turbulent air flow.
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Have an idea to get the public excited about physics? APS will award several grants to develop innovative and exciting physics outreach activities that engage and inform students and/or the public of the importance of physics in their daily lives. Proposals are due thus Sunday!
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"One theme of my research is trying to understand the physics behind the strategies and forms we see in biological systems, and then using those principles and mechanisms to improve engineering design."
Inspired by snakes, mollusks, and other creatures in the wild, mechanical engineer Anette Hosoi never runs out of new ideas for her research.
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good design approaches are seen in nature
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APS and IBM Research co-sponsor paid summer internships for undergraduate women and underrepresented minority students. The internships are typically 10-weeks long and are located at one of three IBM locations (Almaden in California, Watson Research in New York, or Austin Research Lab in Texas). Applications are due February 15.
Women: http://go.aps.org/1OVKs7q
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Sometimes leaves or paper warped by paint won't lie flat because of internal stresses. Theorists studied a self-curling spring made from a ribbon and showed that it has unusual mechanical properties.
Materials that naturally curl up into complex shapes might be used to make springs with unusual mechanical properties.
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The U.S.-Lebanon Professorship/Lectureship program provides support for scientists wishing to visit overseas to deliver a short course or physics lecture series at a university in the United States or Lebanon. Ph.D. physicists affiliated with an American or Lebanese institution are invited to apply. Deadline March 30.
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The seventh row of the periodic table is now complete! Four new chemical elements have just been verified by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC). Several of the papers announcing the discoveries of the new elements were published in APS journals.
Discoveries made by groups from Russia, Japan, and the US are confirmed
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Maxwell's demon was part of an old thought experiment that seemed to challenge the then-new 2nd Law of Thermodynamics. Now experimentalists have created a demon that is completely autonomous and allows direct tests of the relationship between information and entropy that is closely connected with the 2nd Law.
A pair of connected single-electron devices functions as a Maxwell’s demon that operates without external control.
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The American Physical Society (APS) is a non-profit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy and international activities. APS represents more than 50,000 members, including physicists in academia, national laboratories and industry in the United States and throughout the world. Society offices are located in College Park, Maryland (Headquarters), Ridge, New York, and Washington, DC.