Accelerators, beams and particles
Systems and components for creating, manipulating and testing beams of energetic particles.
Biological control – can magnetic fields switch neurons on and off?
From weapons to white dwarfs: How military labs are opening up to the world
Making the most from the latest advances
Physics and food: How physics research is shaping how and what we eat
Animal magic: How a physicist fell in love with penguins
E4 COMPUTER ENGINEERING sponsors GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam and announces availability of OP206, the NVIDIA GPU-accelerated OpenPOWER™ server
As NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference lands in Europe for the first time, E4 Computer Engineering prepares for it with a system based on the latest IBM POWER8 with NVIDIA NVlink™ processor and supporting the most advanced NVIDIA Tesla® P100 GPU accelerator.
Breath easy: How breath can reveal crowd behaviour
Pushing the frontiers of physics
Challenges, applications and solutions
New Hi-QE Photocathode increases QE 50% over S20 types.
From WiFi to LiFi: Using light for wireless communication
Planetary science: Secrets of the Solar System
New kinds of networks: Using physics to understand historical ages
Exploring the power of light
Palo Alto, CA., May 19th, 2016 – Varian Medical Systems (NYSE: VAR) has been selected by the Apollo Hospitals Group to supply 12 advanced medical linear accelerators and five brachytherapy systems as India’s largest private hospital chain rolls out a program to replace ageing cancer treatment machines.
Techniques and tools for the nanoscale
Zombie physics: When statistical analysis meets the undead
Big daddies: The power of Rydberg atoms
Building the future of fission and fusion
Villigen, November 2015: The macromolecular crystallography beamline X06SA at the Swiss Light Source (SLS), a synchrotron operated by Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), is the first one in the world to upgrade its detector to an EIGER X 16M.