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Breaking the Supermassive Black Hole Speed Limit

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A new supercomputer simulation helps explain the existence of puzzling supermassive black holes observed in the early universe. The simulation is based on a computer code used to understand the coupling of radiation and certain materials. “Supermassive black holes have a speed limit that governs how fast and how large they can grow,” said Joseph Smidt of the Theoretical Design Division at Los Alam...

Synergy Predicted Motion

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CCMV Viral Capsid

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CAPTION Flyover of a supercomputer simulation of Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus (CCMV) capsid. Carnegie Mellon and University of Konstanz researchers learn about viral assembly by smashing capsids in a coarse-grained simulation. CREDIT Venkatramanan Krishnamani

Understanding the microscopic properties of dense, strongly coupled plasmas and their consequences o...

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This is a molecular dynamics simulation for a one component plasma (OCP) with moderate Coulomb coupling, Γ=10Γ=10, where selected particles are colored orange to guide the eye.

Understanding the microscopic properties of dense, strongly coupled plasmas and their consequences o...

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This is the electron density from an orbital-free quantum molecular dynamics simulation for a warm dense plasma of deuterium at density 10 g/cc and temperature 10 eV.
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Analyzing How ISIS Recruits Through Social Media 1:52

Analyzing How ISIS Recruits Through Social Media 1:52

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University of Miami researchers apply the laws of physics to study how terrorist support groups grow online, and how law enforcement can track activities.
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3-D model reveals how invisible waves move materials within aquatic ecosystems

3-D model reveals how invisible waves move materials within aquatic ecosystems

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Garbage, nutrients and tiny animals are pushed around, suspended in the world’s oceans by waves invisible to the naked eye according to a new 3-D model developed by mathematicians at the University of Waterloo. David Deepwell, a graduate student, and Professor Marek Stastna in Waterloo’s Faculty of Math have created a 3-D simulation that showcases how materials such phytoplankton, contaminants, an...

Simulation of population dynamics in prehistoric Britain

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Simulation of population dynamics in prehistoric Britain using current topographical satellite data. CREDIT Mayank N. Vahia, Uma Ladiwala, Pavan Mahathe, Deepak Mathur
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How your gameplay helps ScienceAtHome build a quantum computer

How your gameplay helps ScienceAtHome build a quantum computer

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What are quantum computers and how goes playing games help physicist in cutting edge research? ScienceAtHome.org is an online platform for collaborative volunteer research. We invite you to play our games, have fun and contribute to real discoveries on quantum physics, human thinking and much more! Download our games from the App Store and Google Play and get ready to push the boundaries of scient...
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Predicting wind-induced variability of golf shots: A look at Hole 12 at the Augusta Masters

Predicting wind-induced variability of golf shots: A look at Hole 12 at the Augusta Masters

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Johns Hopkins engineers have devised a computer model to unravel the wicked wind conditions that plague the world’s greatest golfers at a course that hosts one of the sport’s most storied tournaments, The Masters, in Augusta, Ga. Rajat Mittal, an aerodynamics expert and professor of mechanical engineering in Johns Hopkins’ Whiting School of Engineering, who also describes himself as a recreational...

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