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What if one could see under a microscope how molecules fit together? Tiny Janus spheres, whose chemical makeup differs between two sides, represent an exciting step in that direction.
Bacteria use two basic modes for controlling the expression of a gene. Which mode prevails depends on how conditions vary and on the statistical mechanics of genetic mutation.
On 16 July, 40 years to the week after the first manned Moon landing on 20 July 1969, lunar spaceflight memorabilia are being offered at auction in New York City by Bonhams New York. The auction includes artifacts from all the Apollo manned missions.
The precision control demonstrated in two recent experiments makes those systems serious contenders in the long race for a quantum computer.
In September, Lucia Votano becomes director of Italy's Gran Sasso National Laboratory, the world's largest underground laboratory. She is the first woman to hold the post. Her predecessor, Eugenio Coccia, plans to return to research in astroparticle physics and teaching after two three‐year...
On 13 July, Kate Kirby, a physicist at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) and a senior research fellow and lecturer in Harvard University's astronomy department, will succeed Judy Franz as executive officer of the American Physical Society. Franz is retiring after 15 years in the post.
On a molecular level and at the frontiers of expanding habitats, large stochastic fluctuations can obscure signals of Darwinian evolution.
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