Tag: mechanics

A nanomotor consisting of only 16 atoms and working on the boundary between classical physics and quantum mechanics has been created

Researchers from the Swiss Federal Polytechnic University of Lausanne (Swiss Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, EPFL), together with their colleagues from other scientific organizations, have created what can be called one of the smallest engines ever made by people. This tiny device consists of only 16 atoms of various chemical elements, and it works, being […]

Australian scientists accidentally found a solution to the mystery of quantum mechanics

About 60 years ago, an American physicist and Nobel laureate Nicolaas Bloembergen predicted the existence of such a thing as nuclear electrical resonance. However, until recently, no one has been able to demonstrate this phenomenon live. But not so long ago, in one of the laboratories of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia, […]

Firefox browser will translate pages very soon without using Google Translate

Mozilla has developed a new website translation mechanic that will soon find use in your Firefox browser. The tool will not use the capabilities of well-known solutions of this type, such as Google Translate or Bing Translator. In one of the upcoming updates, Firefox will receive a new tool for translating web pages. This solution […]

Physicists do not lose hope to combine quantum mechanics and General Relativity

Quantum mechanics and Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity are two opposites that form the basis of modern physics. However, these two fundamentals are mutually exclusive, from the point of view of the Theory of Relativity, all physical phenomena are based on the relation of motion between the observer and the observed object. But some […]

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