Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions

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  1. Materials Science

    Laser light transformed plastic into tiny diamonds

    The technique could be used to make nanodiamonds for quantum devices and other technology.

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  2. Physics

    Scientists Say: Force

    When an object experiences a force, its change in motion — or acceleration — depends on its mass.

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  3. Chemistry

    New meat-scented food flavoring comes from sugar — and mealworms

    Insects could become a protein-rich part of the human diet. This new research aims to help people get past the ick of eating insects.

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  4. Materials Science

    Cool Jobs: Scientific glassblowers shape science

    Glass has played a major role in research for centuries. Today’s artisans work at the forefront of discovery.

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  5. Animals

    The top side of an elephant’s trunk is surprisingly stretchy

    Research on elephant trunks could inspire new artificial skins for soft robots.

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  6. Tech

    You might someday ‘wallpaper’ your bedroom with this loudspeaker

    This thin, flexible and lightweight loudspeaker could reduce noise in loud spaces. It also might enable listeners to experience sound in new ways.

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  7. Physics

    When dominoes fall, how fast the row topples depends on friction

    Two types of friction help determine how quickly a line of dominoes collapses, computer modeling shows.

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  8. Tech

    Teens’ new tech would send alerts to reduce preventable deaths

    A trio of teen innovations created devices that can speed up the response time to pool accidents, overheating in cars and combat-related injuries.

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  9. Physics

    Scientists Say: Inertia

    Inertia is the tendency of objects to resist changes in their motion.

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