Latest Physics and Astronomy-related research news
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Lucky find! How science behind epidemics helped Sussex physicists to develop state-of-the-art conductive paint
Sussex physicists find first evidence that 'explosive percolation' – seen in the transmission of viruses – can occur in nanomaterial networks
“I want to debunk the mystery of quantum physics”
Meet quantum physicist PhD student Poppy Joshi, one of the speakers at Brighton's Soapbox Science.
Quantum physicists develop sensors to assess the safety of electric vehicle batteries
Quantum physicists at the University of Sussex have used magnetic imaging for assessing electric vehicle batteries.
The University of Sussex scientists advancing liquid electronics
University of Sussex physicists have coated droplets in atomically-thin graphene that can be used to wrap any liquid, in liquid tech advance.
Sussex scientists reveal how quantum computing can break Bitcoin and help tackle world hunger
Sussex spin-out, Universal Quantum identifies how big a quantum computer needs to be to solve some of the world's most pressing challenges
Battery camera developed using quantum technology launches in key milestone for transport electrification
Electric Vehicle battery scanner developed by quantum physicists at the University of Sussex in collaboration with local green energy start-up, CDO2
Sussex scientists develop ultra-thin terahertz source, paving the way to next generation of communication tech
Sussex physicists have developed an ultra-thin, large-area semiconductor surface source of terahertz compatible with existing electronic platforms.
Sussex researchers combine lasers, computers & THz waves to build camera that sees ‘unseen’ details
Sussex physicists develop first nonlinear camera capable of capturing high-res images of inside solid objects using terahertz (THz) radiation.
University of Sussex retains award for excellence in researchers’ career development
HR In Excellence in Research Award goes to University of Sussex for sixth consecutive year for excellence in supporting researchers develop careers.
Quantum leap forward at Sussex for electric car batteries
Physicists use quantum sensors to take a live image of the inside of a car battery from outside for first time