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compression of a turbulent plasma March 15, 2016
Compressing turbulence to improve inertial confinement fusion experiments
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physics graphic January 20, 2016
After repeated pounding, antihydrogen reveals its charge: Zero
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physics graphic September 29, 2014
Physics professor researches double-layered plasmas to predict earth-damaging space weather
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illustration of an air waveguide July 22, 2014
Creating optical cables out of thin air
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the interior of the vacuum chamber June 20, 2013
Particle Accelerator That Can Fit on a Tabletop Opens New Chapter for Science Research
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a scale with normal hydrogen and antihydrogen April 30, 2013
Is Antimatter Anti-gravity?
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an artist's rendition of Earth's magnetosphere February 27, 2012
Mysterious Electron Acceleration Explained
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the ALPHA neutral antimatter trap June 5, 2011
CERN Group Traps Antihydrogen Atoms for More Than 16 Minutes
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an antihydrogen atom June 5, 2011
ALPHA Stores Antimatter Atoms for Over a Quarter of an Hour--and Still Counting
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UCSD physicists inspect the apparatus February 18, 2011
Physicists Build Bigger 'Bottles' of Antimatter to Unlock Nature's Secrets
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an octupole magnetic field November 17, 2010
Antihydrogen Trapped for First Time
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radiograph resulution test target November 15, 2010
Shortest-pulse X-ray Beams Could Illuminate Atomic, Molecular Interactions
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