Articles tagged with ‘physics’

Methyl blue is a toxic organic dye generally used for staining biological samples. Image: Wikipedia
26 June 2014
A new method to manufacture cloth involving the use of a common industrial bleaching agent promises an environmentally safe way for waste water filtration. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is an odourless white powder used as an industrial and commercial bleaching agent for paint, paper,...
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5 June 2012
Research at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan has provided a detailed insight into the mechanisms of heat generation in magnetic nanoparticles that could be used to kill cancerous cells.
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Hall effect
21 May 2012
The relativistic Hall effect describing objects rotating at speeds comparable with the speed of light has been reported by researchers
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sand dunes
15 May 2012
Scientists at Thailand’s Nakhon Phanom University and New Zealand’s University of Otago are helping coastline management in New Zealand with research investigating wind flow over sand dunes.
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Liquid microjet
14 May 2012
Wandared Pokapanich, of Nakhon Phanom University in Thailand, has helped to develop a pioneering technique that explores liquids at the atomic level. Her discoveries have implications in wide-ranging fields, from atmospheric and climate science to biomedical research and clinical therapy.
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8 May 2012
Researchers in Singapore have developed a technique which allows the transmission quality of optical fibres to be tested without the need to take measurements at both ends.
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