What is electricity?
It is the lifeblood of moden society, lights up our cities and keeps mashines running. But waht is it that makes a lightblub glow?
An unusual X-ray machine begins operating in northern Germany in September. The XFEL shoots extremely short and highly energetic flashes onto an object, filming atoms as they chemically react.
The Fukushima disaster in 2011 swept away support for nuclear power and led to a rise in fossil fuels. Six years on, Japan is taking steps to restore its atomic energy capabilities.
This year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry honors a process that allows researchers to study the 3-D structures of vital proteins in living organisms. It's leading to new drugs. But it's shocking… and cold.
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