Monthly Archives: October 2008

links for 2008-10-27

Slime Mould intelligence points to a new model of AI memristive behavior in "smart" amoeba's learning (no amoeba left behind) – work by DiVentra group at UCSD (tags: biology AI) Photoinduced Metal-to-Insulator Transition in a Manganite Thin Film visible light … Continue reading

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links for 2008-10-23

October 23, 2008 Conductive elastic polymers form the basis for organic skinlike electronics brief review of elastometer electronics developments (tags: polymer soft electronics) When fermions become bosons: Pairing in ultracold gases from BEC to BCS – superfluidity in liquid He, … Continue reading

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links for 2008-10-17

Torsional Oscillator and Synchrotron X-Ray Experiments on Solid ^{4} He in Aerogel x-ray diffraction of supersolid He in aerogel (tags: x-ray supersolid) Region-of-Interest Tomography for Grating-Based X-Ray Differential Phase-Contrast Imaging tomography with differential phase contrast (tags: x-ray coherent tomography imaging)

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links for 2008-10-16

Detection of magnetic circular dichroism on the two-nanometer scale magnetic dichroism with electrons on nanoscale (tags: electron-microscopy magnetism) High-resolution scanning electron microscopy of an ultracold quantum gas what do Bose-Einstein condensate look like? First electron microscopy images of BEC. beam … Continue reading

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links for 2008-10-13

Nailing Down the Exciton in LiF | Advanced Photon Source LiH exciton – Frenkel vs. Wannier? Causality-inverted inelastic x-ray scattering proves it is Frenkel after all. (tags: inelastic xray exciton attosecond) Macroscopically ordered water in nanopores — PNAS ordering of … Continue reading

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Week of 10/10/08

In attempt to make these posts more regular I will be trying a different approach of simply posting links to various papers of interest, without much graphics or commentary. V. A. Martinez, G. Bryant and W. van Megen, “Slow Dynamics … Continue reading

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3D object reconstruction from random orientations

The featured item this time is “Structure from Fleeting Illumination of Faint Spinning Objects in Flight with Application to Single Molecules” by Russell Fung and co-authors at U Wisconsin Milwaukee. The promise of solving atomic-resolution 3D structure of biological proteins … Continue reading

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