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Synopsis: How High Schools Teach Quantum Physics

American Physical Society

Researchers analyze secondary school curricula from 15 countries, revealing common themes and a need for emphasizing process over facts.

5/22/2019

Viewpoint: 3D Map of a Quantum Dot’s Potential

American Physical Society

Author(s): Belita KoillerA new experimental method provides a way to determine the 3D confining potential of an electron in a quantum dot,

5/22/2019

Drone flies through whale snot for science

Australian Broadcast Company

Scientists analyse the mucus to non-invasively determine whale health.

5/22/2019
Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions (Image 3)

Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers

National Science Foundation

Rice University researchers (from left) Yi-Yu Cai, Behnaz Ostovar and Lawrence Tauzin are looking into the source of light emitted by plasmonic

5/22/2019
Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions (Image 2)

Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers

National Science Foundation

Rice University researchers argue that photoluminescence, rather than Raman scattering -- the elastic scattering of a photon by molecules that

5/22/2019
Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions (Image 1)

Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers

National Science Foundation

Rice University graduate student Yi-Yu Cai adjusts a microscope to focus on gold nanorods, the target of new research into the source of useful

5/22/2019

Abortion opponents savor victory in Alabama rally

Associated Press

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Abortion opponents held a rally at the Alabama Capitol, savoring victory after the state's governor signed the nation's

5/22/2019

Border holding center to reopen after 32 migrants get flu

Associated Press

SAN DIEGO (AP) — More than 30 migrants have tested positive for influenza at a major processing center on the Mexican border that was

5/22/2019

Serial cyberstalker could avoid prison again under plea deal

Associated Press

DENVER (AP) — Only hours before women marched through many U.S. cities in January, Christopher Cleary set off a manhunt when he posted a

5/22/2019

US lawmakers demand UN health agency change opioid guidance

Associated Press

Two U.S. lawmakers are calling on the World Health Organization to withdraw pain care guidelines that include what they say are false claims

5/22/2019

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Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions

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Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions

Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions

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Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions

Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions

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Researchers say photoluminescence is phenomenon that triggers emissions

Security expert: Here&Number 39 s how driverless cars could be hacked

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Security expert: Here&Number 39 s how driverless cars could be hacked

Sudan military wants to cede power quickly: general

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Sudan military wants to cede power quickly: general

South Africa&Number 39 s newly-elected Ramaphosa promises to work for all

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South Africa&Number 39 s newly-elected Ramaphosa promises to work for all