Home / Tag Archives: fundamental

Tag Archives: fundamental

SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus has a “camouflage” that causes cells to fail to recognize it – “Fundamental advance in our understanding of the virus”

Discovery lays the foundation for the development of novel antiviral drugs. With an alarm code, we can enter a building without the bells ringing. It turns out that the SARS coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has the same advantage when entering cells. It has the code to roll right into it. Today (July 24, 2020) in Nature communicationResearchers at the University of …

Read More »

China’s ambassador to the US says America must make a “fundamental decision”.

Cui spoke to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria in an exclusive interview on Saturday after spending a few dizzying days in the acidic US-China relationship. Earlier this week, the White House was reportedly considering banning members of the Chinese Communist Party from entering the United States, and on Thursday the Chinese State Department accused the United States of America of suppressing and …

Read More »

Egypt: Ethiopia Rejects “Fundamental Questions” About the Nile Dam Egypt News

Egypt and Sudan have said talks about a controversial dam on the Nile is resumed on Monday, alleging that Egypt has tried to delete “all previous agreements and transactions” and that Ethiopia, the third party of the talks, continues to reject “many fundamental questions”. The construction of the $ 4.6 billion Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile, which …

Read More »

New tests suggest that a fundamental constant of physics is not the same across the universe

Scientists have found evidence that a basic physical constant used to measure electromagnetism between charged particles may actually be earlier in theconstant, based on measurements from a quasar about 13 billion light years away. Electromagnetism is one of the four fundamental forces that link everything in our universe together with gravity, weak nuclear power, and strong nuclear power. The strength …

Read More »

The creator of Wolfram Alpha has a bold plan to find a new fundamental theory in physics

Stephen Wolfram is a cult figure in programming and mathematics. He is the brain behind Wolfram Alpha, a website that tries to answer questions using algorithms to search a huge database of information. He is also responsible for Mathematica, a computer system used by scientists around the world. Last week Wolfram started a new project: the Wolfram Physics Project, an …

Read More »

Scientists discover hidden information in the 140-year-old concept of fundamental physics

Physicists have found a way to access physical information that, according to a recent publication, has been hidden from science for 140 years. As early as 1879, the physicist Edwin Hall discovered that electric currents bend when placed in a magnetic field, creating a voltage and a new electric field perpendicular to the current. Scientists have used this phenomenon, known …

Read More »

The building blocks of life could have come from outer space: "Keys to Clarify Fundamental Issues for Humanity"

A new study suggests that the building blocks of life may not have originated on Earth, but in huge gas clouds in space. Research suggests that the building blocks of DNA called nucleobases were discovered in it A simulated environment that reflects "interstellar molecular clouds" and can help researchers understand the beginning of life on our planet. "This result could …

Read More »

Breakthrough Award for Fundamental Physics for Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration to Observe Black Holes

The EHT (Event Horizon Telescope) collaboration, which involves scientists and engineers at MIT, is awarded the Breakthrough Award 2020 for Fundamental Physics. The team will be honored for the first direct evidence of a black hole. Assistant Professor of Physics, Max Metlitski, and several MIT alumni also receive awards from the Breakthrough Prize Foundation. The $ 3 million physics basic …

Read More »

Merging neutron stars provides insight into the fundamental properties of matter

Simulation of fusing neutron stars, calculated with supercomputers. Different colors show the mass density and the temperature some time after the fusion and just before the object collapses into a black hole. Quarks are expected to form where temperature and density are higher. The option to measure the gravitational waves of two merging neutron stars offered the opportunity to answer …

Read More »