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Physics of Complex Systems

trophallaxis
13.03.2018

Ants' nest feeding is well regulated despite a lack of central control 

scallop
04.12.2017

The optics of a unique underwater visual system are revealed

Perovskite with and without etching
13.07.2017

Understanding the properties of these materials will help advance new photoelectric technologies 

two vacuum chambers and the ultracold results
19.12.2016

Heating up: One ion and thousands of atoms, all at a millionth of a degree above absolute zero 

Staff Scientist: Dr. Ehud Fonio
14.07.2016

What can a physicist learn from ants? 

(l-r) Prof. Elisha Moses, Prof. Menahem Segal and Dr. Yaron Penn
23.05.2016

Neurons may synchronize their oscillations to produce signals

A unique method of shaping the ultrashort pulses enables them to act as “many beams in one”
01.09.2015

Giving shape to an ultrafast laser pulse enables new optical methods

Longhorn crazy ants cooperating to transfer an item much too heavy for one to move alone.
30.07.2015

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

NPM1 interacts with DNA polymerase eta and regulates polymerase eta-promoted TLS. Assay of polymerase eta and NPM1 in unirradiated (l) and ultraviolet irradiated cells ((c) after one hour, (r) after 18 hours). Blue: DNA in the nucleus; green: polymerase eta–NPM1 interaction
29.12.2014

A mechanism for keeping DNA repair mistakes to a minimum might advance the development of cancer drugs

 

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