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Physics World Weekly Podcast

Physics World Weekly Podcast

25 Episodes By Physics World physicsworld.com
Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and ...more
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Synchrotrons and space telescopes: looking to the future of big science
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Nov 24 2022 39m
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Meteorites and magnetostrophic mathematics reveal unsung scientific heroes of the past
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Nov 17 2022 38m
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Artificial intelligence boosts multimessenger astronomy, ‘Quantum on the Clock’ winners
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Nov 10 2022 34m
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Finding commercial success in the burgeoning quantum-technology sector
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Nov 3 2022 45m
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Celebrating joy in #BlackInPhysics week, open-access publishing supports climate justice
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Oct 27 2022 34m
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Sand battery stores renewable energy, the economics of domestic heat pumps and solar panels
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Oct 20 2022 41m
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Nuclear forensics keeps tabs on radioactive materials, big science summer school launches in Spain
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Oct 13 2022 31m
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The weird and wonderful history of quantum entanglement that led to this year’s Nobel prize
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Oct 6 2022 48m
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Start-up company aims to build laser-driven particle accelerators
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Sep 29 2022 48m
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Materials science for women’s health, the rise of Chinese science, Schrödinger fails in Oxford
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Sep 22 2022 46m
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Quantum computers could soon bring breakthroughs in nuclear physics
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Sep 15 2022 31m
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Meet an engineer who blows things up to help preserve lives and property
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Sep 8 2022 29m
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Brain–computer interfaces offer hope to those with neurological disorders and injuries
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Sep 1 2022 24m
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UK’s Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics bridges the gap between science and commercial R&D
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Aug 25 2022 38m
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Roasting New Mexico chile with a solar concentrator, Diamond: The Game simulates research at a synchrotron lab
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Aug 18 2022 32m
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Building a science centre that will inspire local communities, musing over first lines in science books
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Aug 11 2022 34m
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Celebrating the life of the pioneering nuclear physicist Gertrude Goldhaber
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Jul 28 2022 31m
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Bountiful exotic hadrons at the LHC inspire new naming convention
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Jul 22 2022 31m
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Projectile fusion offers new path to clean energy, quantum communications for alien civilizations
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Jul 14 2022 25m
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How climate change is affecting human and natural systems, test your knowledge of artificial intelligence
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Jun 30 2022 42m
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Prize-winning AI research, bringing machine learning tools into the radiotherapy clinic
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Jun 23 2022 36m
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Seeking the warm glow of the Unruh effect, reconfigurable hardware drives innovation in test and measurement
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Jun 16 2022 38m
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