Researchers have long wanted to capture how protein structures contort in response to light. But getting a clear image was impossible—until now.
Cutting-edge devices used for quantum experiments have been bulky, finicky, and confined to academic labs—so far.
Using a novel device made from carbon atoms and a laser, researchers captured real-time electrical signals from muscle tissue.
Making the tiny nanoparticles used in everything from electronics to paint isn’t easy. But a new experiment creates order out of chaos.
The super cool, dense particle swarm gives physicists a way to study the insides of stars and gas giants—without ever leaving the lab.