Day: October 15, 2015

Using Nano-Diamonds To Identify Early-Stage Tumours

An Australian team of researchers have found a new way to use diamonds. They showed how nanoscale diamonds can help spot cancers in MRI scans in their early stages of development. The findings are published in Nature Communications. Physicists from the University of Sydney targeted tumours with synthetic nano-diamonds. One of them, Professor David Reilly,

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Scientists Detect A Glueball, An Adherence of Particle Force Gluon

A team of particle scientists from Austria claim to have finally located a glueball which is a particle made of nuclear force and theorised to exist as per the standard model of particle physics. The paper is published in Physical Review Letters. A glueball (right) made of gluons (force particles). Gluons & quarks (matter particles)

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