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Dr. Ravindra Shinde is the editor-in-chief and the founder of The Science Dev. He is also a research scientist at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. His research interests include computational physics, computational materials, quantum chemistry, and exascale computing. His mission is to disseminate cutting-edge research to the world through succinct and engaging cover stories.www.ravindrashinde.com
Surprising reversal in quantum systems
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·Apr 18, 2024

Surprising reversal in quantum systems

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Jupiter’s moon Io has been volcanically active for billions of years
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·Apr 18, 2024

Jupiter’s moon Io has been volcanically active for billions of years

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A new type of seismic sensor to detect moonquakes
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·Apr 18, 2024

A new type of seismic sensor to detect moonquakes

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Better radiation detectors with the inspiration from Tetris
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·Apr 16, 2024

Better radiation detectors with the inspiration from Tetris

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Quantum sensors to image Meissner effect in hydride supercondutors
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·Apr 12, 2024

Quantum sensors to image Meissner effect in hydride supercondutors

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Quantum crystal of frozen electrons visualized
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·Apr 11, 2024

Quantum crystal of frozen electrons visualized

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Physicists discover a novel quantum state in an elemental solid
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·Apr 11, 2024

Physicists discover a novel quantum state in an elemental solid

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Craving snacks after a meal? It might be food-seeking neurons, not an overactive appetite
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·Apr 10, 2024

Craving snacks after a meal? It might be food-seeking neurons, not an overactive appetite

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Strong magnetic fields spiraling at the edge of the Milky Way’s central black hole
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·Apr 10, 2024

Strong magnetic fields spiraling at the edge of the Milky Way’s central black hole

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Neutrons can bind to  quantum dots
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·Apr 09, 2024

Neutrons can bind to quantum dots

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Hiccups in a black hole are likely due to another punching black hole
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·Apr 09, 2024

Hiccups in a black hole are likely due to another punching black hole

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Catalysts tethered by DNA convert carbon dioxide into useful products
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·Apr 09, 2024

Catalysts tethered by DNA convert carbon dioxide into useful products

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Propelling atomically layered magnets toward green computers
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·Apr 09, 2024

Propelling atomically layered magnets toward green computers

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Molecular weaving makes polymer composites stronger
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·Apr 08, 2024

Molecular weaving makes polymer composites stronger

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How Microsoft and Quantinuum achieved reliable quantum computing
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·Apr 04, 2024

How Microsoft and Quantinuum achieved reliable quantum computing

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Teaching Nature to Break Man-made Chemical Bonds
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·Apr 03, 2024

Teaching Nature to Break Man-made Chemical Bonds

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