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Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Physics

Two Views on the Protein Folding Puzzle

Protein chain folding is a miracle. As seen in the figure below, the protein chain is gene-encoded and... Read more


The Life-Changing Love of One of the 20th Century’s Greatest Physicists

One of the great short stories of the 20th century is Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer’s The Spinoza... Read more


In Conversation with Hiroshi Amano

On 7 October 2014, Hiroshi Amano had one of the surreal experiences of his life. He arrived in... Read more


American Physical Society Annual Meeting: Note from Our Editor

The American Physical Society’s annual March Meeting is one of the largest physics meetings in the world. This... Read more

Chemistry; Materials Science; Physics

Ice Crystals Give Up Their Secrets in Microgravity

This article originally appeared on Materials Today. Click here for the original article. Although ice crystals are all... Read more


Elsevier Attends APS Conference for Women in Physics

On Sunday, January 18, representatives from Elsevier will participate in the APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics,... Read more


New Challenge for Quantum Physics

 The Highlights of the Polynomial Formalism At present, the general problem of anharmonic vibrations commands a significant place... Read more


A Fresh Look at the Structure and Concepts of Quantum Theories

On The Theory of Anharmonic Effects in Quantum Physics Vibrational phenomena have always fascinated scientists and engineers. A molecule... Read more

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