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Space is a relation between things, not a thing itself

O<i>ur Expert Voices conversation on space.</i><p>You may have heard that space is expanding, or that the fabric of space-time ripples quite literally like a …

What is Quantum Entanglement? Part 1: Waves and particles

If you follow science, or science fiction, to any degree, great or small, you’ve probably heard the term “quantum entanglement” before. You may also …

Quantum Physics

Discovery of time crystals could radically change our understanding of the space-time continuum

Consider a structure that moves not in space but time, crystals that change shape and move perpetually without energy, and always return to their …

Surprise! LIGO Can Also Make Gravitational Waves

We can produce gravitational waves now.<p>It's been almost a year now since the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced the …

Heisenberg’s astrophysics prediction finally confirmed after 80 years

One of the most famous quantum physicists of all makes his mark in space, 80 years after first predicting it.<p><i>“What we observe is not nature itself,</i> …

Black holes are even stranger than you can imagine

Our love of black holes continues to grow as our knowledge of these celestial bodies expands. The latest news is the discovery of a rare …

Sorry, Einstein - Physicists Just Reinforced The Reality of Quantum Weirdness in The Universe

There's no avoiding that "spooky action at a distance."<p>One of the strangest phenomena you're likely to come across in all of science is quantum …

Lab-made mini-brains are sprouting their own blood vessels

In 2015, scientists at Brown University developed "mini-brains," models of living brains created from 3D cultures of neural cells. Like …

Star turn: tricks of the brain on seeing the night sky | Daniel Glaser

You see more stars the longer you gaze at the sky, partly because your eyes adjust to the darkness<p>The nights may be getting shorter, but it’s still the perfect time of year for a spot of star gazing. The neurobiology of low light vision suggests this isn’t a pastime to be rushed – be patient. …

The 26 Most Powerful Passports in the World

Not all passports are created equally.<p>It’s not just the color of the outside or the number of pages inside a passport that distinguish the document …

Regulation