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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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Why Ice is Slippery, Snowflakes and other regular December items

December issue of Physics Today often features snow or ice related articles. A lot of them have to do with arguably the most misunderstood topic in physics – why ice is slippery? Generation of scientists were taught that skating on … Continue reading

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