12 Nov 2018
Graduate student Han Yan was first author of a paper presenting the first unified theory of half moons and pinch points.
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12 Nov 2018
When physicists send neutrons shooting through a frustrated magnet, the particles spray out the other side in signature patterns. The designs appear because, even at low temperatures, atoms in a...
Type: News Article
12 Nov 2018
Left panels: Spin (atomic magnet) configurations respecting (lower panel) and violating (upper panel) the conservation law. Right panels: The corresponding neutron scatterings for the two situations...
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9 Nov 2018
Viscoelastic fluids are everywhere, whether racing through your veins or through 1,300 kilometers of pipe in the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Unlike Newtonian fluids, such as oil or water, viscoelastic...
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7 Nov 2018
Prof. Julia Khusnutdinova, Dr. Pradnya Patil and Mr. Sébastien Lapointe demonstrate how the ligands are prepared in their laboratory at OIST.
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7 Nov 2018
As copper complexes grow bulkier in structure (increases left to right), their movements slow down. This slowing down motion of the copper complexes increases their photoluminescent property and they...
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7 Nov 2018
The researchers constructed copper complexes using ligands with varying amine groups. From left to right: N-methyl, N-isobutyl, N-isopropyl and N-tert-butyl.  
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7 Nov 2018
With Halloween over, ghostly decorations are now being replaced by Christmas themed ornaments, many of which glow in the dark. This glow, termed luminescence, is produced by chemical and biochemical...
Type: News Article
7 Nov 2018
Researchers in the Micro/Bio/Nanofluids Unit capture snapshots of flowing fluid by seeding it with tracer particles, as depicted here. Each image is captured at a different moment in time, so the...
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7 Nov 2018
This phase diagram summarizes results from a study by the Micro/Bio/Nanofluids Unit on the flow of viscoelastic fluids over wavy surfaces. The flow patterns depend on fluid elasticity (encapsulated...
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30 Oct 2018
According to the World Health Organization, nearly 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression and these rates are on the rise. Yet, doctors and scientists have a poor understanding of what...
Type: News Article
30 Oct 2018
The study for the first time has identified three distinct sub-types of depression. D1: This sub-type is characterized by high functional connectivity of the brain and a history of childhood trauma...
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