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New physics at the Large Hadron Collider? Scientists are Excited

By Sam Barron, Australian Catholic University Last week, physicists at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland announced they might have discovered a brand new force of nature. Or, to be precise, they unveiled “new results which, if confirmed, would suggest… Continue Reading →

New Warp Drive Research Dashes Faster Than Light Travel Dreams – But Reveals Stranger Possibilities

By Sam Baron, Australian Catholic University. In 1994, physicist Miguel Alcubierre proposed a radical technology that would allow faster than light travel: the warp drive, a hypothetical way to skirt around the universe’s ultimate speed limit by bending the fabric… Continue Reading →

Artificial Atoms Create Stable Qubits for Quantum Computing

By Lachlan Gilbert In a breakthrough for quantum computing, researchers at the University of New South Wales in Sydney have made improved qubits using concepts from high school chemistry. The discoveries were made with assistance from experts in both America and… Continue Reading →

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