Three decades of research have culminated in what researchers believe is the most convincing evidence yet for magnetism as the force that facilitates unconventional superconductivity.
Four scientists from Oak Ridge National Laboratory have been named fellows of the American Physical Society (APS): David Christen, David Geohegan, Xun-Li Wang and William Weber.
INOX Air Products, a joint venture of Air Products, has announced that it will construct three air separation units (ASU) and liquefiers in India.
Two panels of physicists have recommended delaying the shutdown of the Large Hadron Collider by a year in order to give the machine a better chance of finding the Higgs boson.
Chart Industries’ wholly-owned subsidiary, CAIRE, Inc., has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SeQual Technologies Inc. for approximately $40 million.
FIBA Technologies, Inc. and Indian-based NEW FIELD Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd. have formed a joint venture to manufacture cryogenic equipment and CNG products in India.
Doug Short, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing at Technifab Products, Inc. has moved to California to head up Technifab’s new western division office.
Air Liquide has announced new agreements in both India and China to invest in air separation units (ASU) for expanding industries.
A novel shielded inductive superconducting fault current limiter (iSFCL) project has received grant approval from the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi).
Peter Johnson, a physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory, has been awarded the American Physical Society's (APS) 2011 Oliver E. Buckley Prize in Condensed Matter Physics, an honor he will share with two other recipients.
Gopal Krishna Arya has been named Senior Sales Manager at ACD LLC, a global cryogenic equipment manufacturer and member of Cryogenic Industries.
Professor Riita Hari, an internationally recognized and respected neuroscientist, has been named an Academician of Science by the Academy of Finland.
The ALICE experiment at CERN has announced the direct observation of jet quenching, a phenomenon that gives scientists more insight into the early beginnings of matter in the universe.
From Fermilab Today, Nov. 30: At particle physics laboratories around the world, people have closely followed a much anticipated cooldown at Fermilab.