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May 2007

Clipmark: Princeton researchers have found new mathematical evidence that some of string theory’s predictions

String theory, simultaneously one of the most promising and controversial ideas in modern physics, may be more capable of helping probe the inner workings of subatomic particles than was previously thought, according to a team of Princeton University scie

Princeton researchers have found new mathematical evidence that some of string theory’s predictions [5]

String theory, simultaneously one of the most promising and controversial ideas in modern physics, may be more capable of helping probe the inner workings of subatomic particles than was previously thought, according to a team of Princeton University scie

Princeton researchers have found new mathematical evidence that some of string theory’s predictions [4]

String theory, simultaneously one of the most promising and controversial ideas in modern physics, may be more capable of helping probe the inner workings of subatomic particles than was previously thought, according to a team of Princeton University scie

Princeton researchers have found new mathematical evidence that some of string theory’s predictions [3]

String theory, simultaneously one of the most promising and controversial ideas in modern physics, may be more capable of helping probe the inner workings of subatomic particles than was previously thought, according to a team of Princeton University scie

Princeton researchers have found new mathematical evidence that some of string theory’s predictions [2]

String theory, simultaneously one of the most promising and controversial ideas in modern physics, may be more capable of helping probe the inner workings of subatomic particles than was previously thought, according to a team of Princeton University scie

Princeton researchers have found new mathematical evidence that some of string theory’s predictions

String theory, simultaneously one of the most promising and controversial ideas in modern physics, may be more capable of helping probe the inner workings of subatomic particles than was previously thought, according to a team of Princeton University scie

April 2007

Clipmark: Was Einstein right? Scientists provide first public peek at Gravity Probe B results Discussion at Ph

For the past three years a satellite has circled the Earth, collecting data to determine whether two predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity are correct. Saturday, at the American Physical Society meeting in Jacksonville, Fla., Profe

Was Einstein right? Scientists provide first public peek at Gravity Probe B results Discussion at Ph

For the past three years a satellite has circled the Earth, collecting data to determine whether two predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity are correct. Saturday, at the American Physical Society meeting in Jacksonville, Fla., Profe

March 2007

Physicists wipe away complexity for a clearer view of heavy nuclei

Despite advances in experimental nuclear physics, the most detailed probing of atomic nuclei still requires heavy doses of advanced nuclear theory. The problem is that using theory to make meaningful predictions requires massive datasets that tax even hig

RAEL, The Prophet: Will Biology Solve the Universe?

Will Biology Solve the Universe? Will Biology Solve the Universe? http://www.wired.com/news/technology/medtech/0,72910-0.html?tw=wn_index_3

January 2007

Physicists Develop Test for String Theory

For decades, scientists have taken issue with "string theory"-a theory of the universe which contends that the fundamental forces and matter of nature can be reduced to tiny one-dimensional filaments called strings-because it does not make predictions tha

The physics of climate modeling - Physics Today January 2007

Climate is a large-scale phenomenon that emerges from complicated interactions among small-scale physical systems. Yet despite the phenomenon's complexity, climate models have demonstrated some impressive successes.