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Simple, tactile experiments are a popular way to learn physics, especially if your school happens to be in a developing country far from modern facilities.
In one-quadrillionth of a second a plant can take the sun’s light and transfer it to the chlorophyll molecules in its light-harvesting centre, which give the plant its green pigmentation. Swinburne researchers are trying to better understand this critical component of photosynthesis, is the most efficient energy-transfer process known.
A new X-ray tool could help biologists shed light on the body's innermost workings, providing details that could have enormous value to chemists designing drugs, such as new antibiotics to defeat drug-resistant bacteria