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Physics - 11.01.2016
Girls should expect poorer physics grades
Girls should expect poorer physics grades
Secondary school physics teachers with little teaching experience handed out significantly poorer grades to girls than boys for the exact same performance.

Chemistry - Physics - 07.01.2016
X-rays reveal details of plastic solar cell production
X-rays reveal details of plastic solar cell production
Plastic solar cells are light, easy to install, and readily produced using a printer. Nevertheless, the processes that take place on the molecular scale during the production of organic solar cells are not yet entirely clear. Researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now managed to observe these processes in real time.

Chemistry - Physics - 07.01.2016
International Team of Scientists Led by Carnegie Mellon Chemistry Professor Verifies the Discovery of Four New Elements
International Team of Scientists Led by Carnegie Mellon Chemistry Professor Verifies the Discovery of Four New Elements-CMU News - Carnegie Mellon University The Joint Working Party for the Discovery of New Elements approves elements 113, 115, 117 and 118 for inclusion in the periodic table The seventh row of the periodic table of the elements is finally complete.

Chemistry - Physics - 06.01.2016
Detection of molecules important for healthcare could soon be 1000 times faster
Scientists should soon be able to capture biological molecules a thousand times faster, allowing better detection of important health issues. DNA mutations, which can lead to cancers and other problems, can be difficult to detect in biological samples as they are relatively rare. In order to analyse all DNA molecules for signs of mutation, it is important to gather as many as possible, but this is often time-consuming.

Physics - 04.01.2016
U of M Physics Circus brings large-scale stunts and physics fun to the public Jan. 14
If you've never seen a physicist drop 20 feet through thin air while a friend shoots a ball at him from a cannon, or grown men and women shooting streams of toilet paper over an audience with a leaf blower, the University of Minnesota Physics Force has a show for you. The Physics Force will present its largest public show of the year, the "Physics Circus," at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
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