Natural Sciences - Physics

Sponge-like material that could boost nuclear energy and hydrogen tech

Chemistry - Physics

Chemists have developed breakthrough porous materials that could be used for the future of energy, including in the nuclear industry or for storing hydrogen. The discovery was made by experts from the universities of Southampton and Liverpool. The new materials, which have sponge-like holes, were developed using powerful computer simulations.

Euclid delivers first scientific results

Astronomy & Space - Physics

ESA's space telescope reveals secrets of the cosmos. University of Bonn is involved.

First data from Euclid telescope offering snapshot of cosmic history

Scientists have released the first set of scientific data captured with the Euclid telescope, showing an exciting glimpse of the Universe's distant past.

’Exact placement of atoms can drive future chip innovations’

Physics - Chemistry

Area-selective atomic layer deposition is set to be a leading technique when it comes to making the advanced computer chips of the future, according to TU/e researcher Adrie Mackus.

Renewable grid: Recovering electricity from heat storage hits 44% efficiency

Thermophotovoltaics developed at U-M can recover significantly more energy stored in heat batteries. Study: High efficiency air-bridge thermophotovoltaic cells (DOI:10.1016/j.joule.

Physics - May 22

Gamma-ray method monitors nuclear reactors safely and quickly


Scientists at EPFL have devised and tested out a new, gamma-noise method for monitoring nuclear reactors non-invasively and from a distance. The new method, tested out on EPFL's CROCUS nuclear reactor, can improve nuclear safety and treaty compliance.

Using wobbling stellar material, astronomers measure the spin of a supermassive black hole for the first time

Astronomy & Space - Physics

The results offer a new way to probe supermassive black holes and their evolution across the universe.

Euclid space mission celebrates first science with sparkling cosmic views

Astronomy & Space - Physics

Five new views of the Universe have been released today, captured by the European Space Agency's Euclid telescope, whose massive optical camera was designed and built by an international team led by UCL researchers.

New Images From Euclid Mission Reveal Wide View of the Dark Universe

Astronomy & Space - Physics

Messier 78 is a nursery of star formation enveloped in a shroud of interstellar dust located 1,300 light-years away from Earth.


Astronomy & Space - Physics

New scientific data from the Euclid Space Telescope reveals the mystery of the faint glow in the Perseus galaxy cluster.

Turning up the heat on next-generation semiconductors

Research sheds light on the properties of novel materials that could be used in electronics operating in extremely hot environments.

NASA’s Psyche Fires Up Its Sci-Fi-Worthy Thrusters

Astronomy & Space - Physics

This artist's concept depicts NASA's Psyche spacecraft headed to the metal-rich asteroid Psyche in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

The origin of the sun’s magnetic field could lie close to its surface

Astronomy & Space - Physics

Sunspots and flares could be a product of a shallow magnetic field, according to surprising new findings that may help scientists predict space weather.

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