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New discovery regulates longstanding debate on photovoltaic materials

Ames Laboratory scientists discovered evidence of the Rashba effect by using extremely powerful and powerful flashes of light with trillions of cycles per second to switch on or synchronize a “stroke” of quantum motion within a material sample. and a second burst of light to “hear” the beats, triggering an ultra-fast receiver to record images of the oscillating state of …

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Pompeo announces the reversal of long-standing US policy on Israeli settlements

The announcement, which violates international law and consensus, is the latest in a series of tough, pro-Israeli moves that are likely to trigger tensions between the Trump administration and the Palestinians and the gulf between the Trump administration and the traditional US Enlarge allies in Europe. "After careful consideration of all sides of the legal debate, this government agrees with …

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Behind the Whistle-Blower case hides a long-standing trump in the direction of Ukraine

WASHINGTON – This spring and summer, for months, newly-elected President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, tried to divert pressure from President Trump and his allies to investigate former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., son of Mr. Biden and others to lead Trump's rivals. The pressure was so relentless that Mr. Zelensky sent one of his closest associates to open a …

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The long-standing mystery of how big a proton is may finally be solved

Protons are probably not as big as we once imagined, according to the results of a sensitive physical experiment that took eight years. Scientists now say that our previous proton size measurements were shifted by as much as 5 percent – which may not seem like much of a correction, but for physicists the mystery of the incredibly shrinking proton …

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In a week, two long-standing Michael Phelps world records were broken, and he dealt with it kindly

Two of Michael Felix's three world records were broken this week. Kristof Milak of Hungary broke Phelps '200-meter butterfly record on Wednesday, and American swimmer Caeleb Dressel broke Phelps' 100-meter butterfly record on Friday. Phelps took a friendly approach on both occasions, admitting that he was frustrated that his records were declining, but congratulated both swimmers on their achievements. More …

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Could this rare supernova resolve a longstanding original debate?

This cartoon courtesy by Anthony Piro illustrates three possibilities for the origin of the mysterious hydrogen emissions from the Type Ia supernova called ASASSN-18tb that were observed by the Carnegie astronomers. Starting from the top and going clockwise: The collision of the collision with a hydrogen-rich companion star, the explosion triggered by two colliding white dwarf stars subsequently colliding with …

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Scientists solve longstanding secrets in innate immunity

Dr. Zhijian & # 39; James & # 39; Chen. Photo credit: UT Southwestern The Southwestern Biochemist and Breakthrough Award Winner Zhijian "James" Chen's latest study answers a long-standing issue in the area of ​​innate immunity. Scientists have long wondered how a protein, NLRP3, can promote inflammation in response to a variety of seemingly unrelated stimuli. Dr. Chen, a professor …

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