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Chemical Physics

A bowtie-shaped nanoparticle

Bowtie-shaped nanostructures may advance the development of quantum devices

chiral spin selection

Biological molecules may hold the key to “spintronic” applications

spinning molecules heat up

Spinning molecules form a microscopic "centrifuge"

Capturing a single photon from a pulse of light:

Weizmann Institute scientists single out individual photons

Longhorn crazy ants cooperating to transfer an item much too heavy for one to move alone.

A physics-based model can explain how ants cooperate in steering food to their nest

Ubiquitin, labeled with a fluorescent marker (yellow), has been successfully delivered into cells.

What do proteins look like in their natural environment?

(l-r) Prof. Gershon Kurizki and Ephraim Shahmoon

An idea for trapping virtual photons is anything but empty

Magnetic resonance image of a rat’s brain subjected to a partial stroke in the right hemisphere (black square); the left hemisphere remained intact (green square)

An MRI method for picking up the faintest signals can reveal the workings of the brain

Fluid-filled structures in the placenta: maternal and fetal blood vessels and embryo-derived trophoblast cells infiltrating the mother's vasculature

A new MRI technique reveals how the mother's blood flow and that of the fetus meet in the placenta