Collider data hint at unexpected new subatomic particles
NASA is getting into the textile business thanks to a team led by systems engineer Raul Polit Casillas at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The team has unveiled prototype swatches of a new metallic "space fabric" created using 3D printing that incorporates advanced functions that would be beneficial for use in space... Continue Reading NASA prints up complex metallic "space fabric" Category: 3D Printing Tags: 3D Printing NASA Textile Related Articles: Modern Meadow plans on producing lab-grown leather 3D-printed ear, bone and muscle structures come to life after implantation in mice 3D printing heart parts at 30,000 feet 3D printing hackers down drone with self-destructing propellers 3D printing puts Zeus back on his throne 3D print
A set of particle decay measurements could be evidence for new physics.
Thu 20 Apr 17 from ScienceNews
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Science Now
NASA is getting into the textile business thanks to a team led by systems engineer Raul Polit Casillas at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The team has unveiled ...
Wed 19 Apr 17 from Gizmag
A series of odd findings have theorists hoping for new particles.
Wed 19 Apr 17 from Nature News
Flash Physics: Metallic space fabric, Standard Model deviation at LHCb, accelerator milestone at European XFEL
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Wed 19 Apr 17 from Physics World
Raul Polit-Casillas grew up around fabrics. His mother is a fashion designer in Spain, and, at a young age, he was intrigued by how materials are used for design.
Wed 19 Apr 17 from Phys.org
The LHCb experiment finds intriguing anomalies in the way some particles decay. If confirmed, these would be a sign of new physics phenomena not predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics. ...
Tue 18 Apr 17 from Phys.org
All physical theories are simplified representations of reality, and as a consequence, have a specified range of applicability. Many scientists working on the LHCb experiment at CERN had hoped ...
Thu 13 Apr 17 from Phys.org
Fermilab experiment to measure muon magnetic moment more precisely might reveal unknown virtual particles.
Tue 11 Apr 17 from Nature News
From flexible impact armor to folding solar sails to treads on rover wheels, this unique hybrid space fabric is capable of a lot. The post NASA Debuts 3D-Printed Space Chain Mail appeared first ...
2 hours ago from Extremetech