Paul Sutton

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Quantum science & technology: Highlights of 2021

Just found this, so making a final post for today. These are some of the highlights in the world of Physics in 2021. Lots of things happened in 2021, so lets hope 2022 is equally as exciting.

I have added a link to the discourse forum and also a link to the Tuxiversity science thread, so you can discuss courses and other options for learning.

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#Physics,#Science,#PhysicsWorld,#2021,#News,#Discourse,#Forum, #Qoto,#Tuxiversity,#Education,#Learning,#Discussions

Biomolecules imaged at record-breaking resolution using localization atomic force microscopy

This is an article [1] from Physics World. We now have the ability to take really detailed images of molecules. This is really important, if not rather complex but we have made huge progress in this. Should aid study of molecules and perhaps open up new fields of research.

Back in 1989 IBM made their logo from Xenon atoms [4]. So I guess this shows how much progress we have made since then.

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  1. Bio-molecular Imaging
  2. Physics World
  3. Discourse Discussion
  4. IBM Logo with Xenon Atoms

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#Physics,#BioMolecules,#Imaging,#PhysicsWorld,#News,#Research

Ultrafast 3d camera

This looks pretty impressive Physicsworld article on new ultra fast camera, 100 billion frames per second in 3d.

#physicsworld,#camera,3d,#100billionfps,#photography, #research,#science,#physics