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Nanoparticles train immune cells to fight cancer

 Nanotechnology News
 11 August 2022
Scientists in the department of Advanced Organ Bioengineering and Therapeutics (Faculty of S&T, TechMed Centre) recently published a novel cancer immune therapy in the scientific journal Nature Communications. In their research, Prof Dr. Jai Prakash and his team developed newly designed...

Lab successfully demonstrates new technique to improve particle beams

 Quantum Physics News
 10 August 2022
Physicists love to smash particles together and study the resulting chaos. Therein lies the discovery of new particles and strange physics, generated for tiny fractions of a second and recreating conditions often not seen in our universe for billions of years. But for the magic to happen, two beams...

Using a magnetic field to remotely control the air-water interface

 Nanotechnology News
 10 August 2022
A multidisciplinary study conducted by the Microfluidics Cluster of the UPV/EHU has observed and characterized a novel system involving the use of an external magnetic field to manipulate the air-water interface. The study is part of the European multidisciplinary MAMI project, in which groups and...

Ultracold atoms dressed by light simulate gauge theories

 Quantum Physics News
 10 August 2022
Our modern understanding of the physical world is based on gauge theories: mathematical models from theoretical physics that describe the interactions between elementary particles (such as electrons or quarks) and explain quantum mechanically three of the fundamental forces of nature: the...