Emergent dimensionality: Exploring all possible (and unobservable) extra dimensions
Dr Szymon Łukaszyk, Łukaszyk Patent Attorneys, explains emergent dimensionality, exotic R4, ‘life as the explanation of the measurement problem’, and personal motivations.
The spikiness of the density of states in quasicrystals
The spikiness of the electronic density of states in quasicrystals is believed to be inherent to QCs and so-called approximants (APs) to QCs.
Making fair data a reality for photons and neutrons
Andy Götz, the coordinator of PaNOSC for ESRF, looks at FAIR data – an initiative to deliver research data to the scientific community to use.
Ultrananocrystaline diamond (UNCD™) coatings for new generations high-tech/ medical devices/prostheses
Materials science, integration strategies, properties and more for the unique biocompatible Ultrananocrystalline Diamond (UNCD™) coating.
Kinematic redundancy: Kinetics for use with redundant manipulators
Kousuke Okabe, an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, explores kinematic redundancy and the redundant manipulator using the Grassmann algebra.
Pioneers project: Looking inside planetary interiors
PIONEERS European project develops the next generation of instruments that will reveal planetary interiors, explains Professor Raphael F. Garcia from ISAE-SUPAERO.
The 3d structure of hadrons and origin of the proton’s spin
The Fundamental Pieces of Visible Matter: Offering an Unprecedented Insight into the 3D Structure of Hadrons and the Proton Spin Puzzle.
The Standard Model (SM) and the goal of force unification
The unification of gravitational, Strong and Weak Forces has been a long-sought goal [1-3]. In general, force unification refers to the idea that it is possible to view all of the forces of nature as manifestations of one single, all-encompassing force.
Materials for fusion reactors: Containing a star on Earth
Experimental metallurgy research: Structural materials to withstand the extreme temperatures inside nuclear fusion reactors.
Managing chronic disease with individualized metabolomics & artificial intelligence
Christopher Gerner from the Joint Metabolome Facility at the University of Vienna, Austria, walks us through what we need to know about managing chronic disease by individualized metabolomics & artificial intelligence.
Thermodynamics: The New Theory of Everything?
Chris Jeynes ponders the reality of the Arrow of Time (the Second Law of Thermodynamics) and how it conditions the basic laws of physics.
Search for long-range magnetic order in quasicrystals
Zbigniew M. Stadnik, Professor at the University of Ottawa in the Department of Physics, looks at the magnetic order in quasicrystals