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1 Daily briefing: The physics of the tragic explosion in Beirut
2 Scientists develop first quantum algorithm to characterize noise across large systems
3 The mathematician who helped to reshape physics
4 Study unveils the unstable nature of some topological phases
5 The brews and bakes that forged career paths outside academia
6 Demonstrating entanglement through a fiber cable with high fidelity
8 Crunch, rip, freeze or decay — how will the Universe end?
9 Assistant Professor in Physics of Low-Dimensional Materials
10 A subradiant optical mirror formed by a single structured atomic layer
11 The Physics of Why Hot Water Sometimes Freezes Faster Than Cold Water
12 Quantum Computing Discovery Unlocks 'Myriad Opportunities'
13 UB scientist partners on $13 million effort to study matter at extreme pressures
14 UF professor honored for contributions in physics
15 New advance in superconductors with 'twist' in rhombohedral graphite
16 First 'open flavour' tetraquark is spotted by LHCb at CERN – Physics World
17 Harvard Scientists Illuminate Light's Surprising Impact on Ultra-Cold Chemistry | News
18 Phillips group exactly solves experimental puzzle in high temperature superconductivity: Cooper pairing and wave function for superconducting state in doped Mott insulators
19 A new experiment hints at how hot water can freeze faster than cold
20 Quantum researchers create an error-correcting cat
21 Physics
22 Quantum Materials Could Mimic Colossal Magnetic Fields Using Graphene That Buckles
23 Quantum Materials Quest Could Benefit From Graphene That Buckles
24 A new view of the Higgs boson
25 Casimir force used to control and manipulate objects
26 Everything Wrong With Modern Theoretical Physics In One Paper's Practical Summary
27 How Flying Snakes Glide Through the Air
28 Yale Creates Error-Correcting Cat for Quantum Computers
29 Flying snakes wriggle their way through the air
30 Top Political Scientist Dr. Donald Green on Current Politics and Media Messaging in Video Interview
31 PhD Position to investigate circuit mechanisms of brain stimulation
32 A Tetraquark For Muster Mark!
33 Ultracold mystery: Solved
34 How understanding nature made the atomic bomb inevitable
35 Researchers discover new phase of nanoconfined water
36 Aleksandra Radenovic, from Balkans to Lake Geneva
37 Taking a risk on theoretical physics | symmetry magazine
38 Could We Force the Universe to Crash?
39 Michael Freilich, former NASA Earth Science director and Haverford College graduate, dies at 66
40 Effective Field Theory: Q&A With Sebastian Koenig
41 Welcome anyons! Physicists find best evidence yet for long-sought 2D structures
42 How 'spooky' is quantum physics? The answer could be incalculable
43 How physics is rocked by the waves of history
44 UCLA Computer Scientists Set Benchmarks to Optimize Quantum Computer Performance
45 Scientists bombarded Stonehenge stones with X-rays to figure out where they came from
46 Mother Nature and the Ides of a Pandemic
47 Engineers manipulate color on the nanoscale, making it disappear
48 Scientists Demonstrate The Visualization And Control Of Chemical Reactions Using Sound
49 Digital Information Threatens to Consume The Planet's Mass, Physicist Claims
50 Nature and physics
51 Neutrinos could shed light on why the Universe has so much more matter than antimatter
52 'Loving the minimal FOMO': First major physics conference to go virtual sees record attendance
53 Rare ‘Boomerang’ Earthquake Tracked by Scientists in the Ocean for the First Time
54 Daily briefing: An assumption borrowed from physics is breaking economics
55 Researchers identify human influence as key agent of ocean warming patterns in the future
56 How the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the world's biggest physics experiments
57 Human influence is a key agent of future ocean warming patterns
58 Irreproducibility is not a sign of failure, but an inspiration for fresh ideas
59 Topological defects produce exotic mechanics in complex metamaterials
60 Coronavirus fears cancel world's biggest physics meeting
61 Joan Feynman 1927–2020
62 Cornell's Youngest Graduate Sets Out for Ph.D.
63 Twelve tips for engaging with biologists, as told by a physicist
64 A whale of a job
65 CERN makes bold push to build €21-billion supercollider
66 Thirteen tips for engaging with physicists, as told by a biologist
67 Imaging work and dissipation in the quantum Hall state in graphene
68 Researchers use supercomputer to gain insights into hepatitis B
69 Arctic Sea Ice Could Be Gone by 2035, According to Earth's Climate History
70 Stack and Twist: Physicists Accelerate the Hunt for Revolutionary New Materials
71 Simulation of Hubbard model physics in WSe2/WS2 moiré superlattices
72 Evidence for universal relations describing a gas with p-wave interactions
73 Physics at its coolest
74 Imaging magnetic instabilities using laser accelerated protons
75 Daily briefing: Physics AI predicts that Earth goes around the Sun
76 PastCast: The Quantum Theory
77 The golden age of neutron-star physics has arrived
78 That ticking noise
79 Classical time crystals could exist in nature, say physicists – Physics World
80 The Ising on the monolayer
81 Structured quantum waves
82 Cell stiffness may indicate whether tumors will invade
83 Cell biology befriends soft matter physics
84 Even a weird hypernucleus confirms a fundamental symmetry of nature
85 Characterization of collective ground states in single-layer NbSe2
86 Read the fine print
87 A changing constant?
88 Jordy Nelson Made $56 Million Playing Football But He Still Was 'Extremely Cheap' During His NFL Career
89 Getting there
90 A century of physics
91 AI Copernicus 'discovers' that Earth orbits the Sun
92 Elasticity key to plants and animals' ability to sting
93 Winning ways
94 Isolating the gap
95 Philip W. Anderson (1923–2020)
96 Interplay between topological and thermodynamic stability in a metastable magnetic skyrmion lattice
97 Physics Nobel goes to exoplanet and cosmology pioneers
98 Stingers Have Achieved Optimal Pointiness, Physicists Show
99 Probing the quantum vacuum with an artificial atom in front of a mirror
100 Electron viscosity, current vortices and negative nonlocal resistance in graphene