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POSTS FROM 2020

Energy from (almost) nothing: a review of polymer-based nanogenerator technology Pip Knight explores the future of nano-generator technology, the potential materials we could make them out of, and the plethora of applications that sit on our horizon. Artwork by Natalie Saideman
Going Deep to Reach the Stars Tatjana Baleta explores the deep sea and its relationship to outer space.
FOCUS: Our Place in the Universe Maeve Madigan, Philip Clarke and João Melo explain the central concepts behind the 2019 Physics Nobel Prize. The first half...
J.J, Is your Corpuscle My Electron? How the story of the electron shows that the language of ‘discovery’ in science is misleading and problematic.

POSTS FROM 2019

Scientists capture the first image of a black hole event horizon A network of eight radio telescopes spanning locations in various continents, from Antarctica to Europe and South America, called the Event Horizon...
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