Two Russian-born physicists have won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics for their work with ultra-thin carbon flakes called graphene, which is the world's strongest material.

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A European physicist states that an elementary-particle model, called the extended Standard Model, reveals how the universe was initially created, as well as its subsequent expansion into its present form. He continues his question-and-answer discussion of his xSM theory here'”in an exclusive interview with the author.

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A Bucknell University professor led researchers in an explanation as to why a curveball in baseball breaks so much when seen by a batter. Their imagery won them Best Illusion of the Year for 2009 by Vision Sciences Society.

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