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Rise in temperatures and CO2 follow each other closely in climate change
Breakthrough – the Higgs has been found
So there it is – the Higgs, the mysterious particle that causes all things to have a mass. After 45 years of intense searching, researchers at CERN have now detected the existence of the mysterious particle
Discovery of material with amazing properties
Normally a material can be either magnetically or electrically polarized, but not both. Now researchers at NBI have studied a material that is simultaneously magnetically and electrically polarizable.
Planets can form around different types of stars
Breaking the limits of classical physics
Researchers from NBI have made a simple experiment that demonstrates that nature violates common sense. The experiment illustrates that light does not behave according to the principles of classical physics...
Baby galaxies grew up quickly
Baby galaxies from the young Universe more than 12 billion years ago evolved faster than previously thought, shows new research from the Niels Bohr Institute. This means that already in the early history of the Universe
Cooling semiconductor by laser light
A wealth of habitable planets in the Milky Way
Astronomers from the Niels Bohr Institute have discovered that most of the Milky Way’s 100 billion stars have planets that are very similar to the Earth-like planets in our own solar system – Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars...