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  • Using krypton gas to date the age of ancient ice cores

    Using krypton gas to date the age of ancient ice cores
    Scientists say they have developed a means of accurately dating Earth's oldest and densest polar ice by analyzing the composition of krypton gas trapped within ancient air bubbles.
  • John Huizenga dies at 92; physicist helped discredit 'cold fusion'

    John Huizenga dies at 92; physicist helped discredit 'cold fusion'
    On Nov. 1, 1952, U.S. scientists detonated the first hydrogen bomb over Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific, introducing a powerful new weapon of war and, in the process, atomizing the rocky island. Air Force planes flying through the debris clouds collected...

    Caltech names physicist from University of Chicago as new president

    Caltech names physicist from University of Chicago as new president
    Thomas Rosenbaum, an expert in condensed matter physics, will become the new president of the California Institute of Technology, officials announced Thursday. Rosenbaum, 58, currently serves as provost at the University of Chicago, where he also...

    Albert V. Crewe dies at 82; physics professor captured first image of an atom

    Albert V. Crewe dies at 82; physics professor captured first image of an atom
    Albert V. Crewe, a physics professor who captured the first image of a single atom and later obtained the first images of atoms in motion, has died. He was 82. A former director of Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, Crewe died Nov. 18 of...