Latest News Releases 16 October
Researchers performed the world’s first measurement of how the size of the radium nucleus modifies the structure of molecules containing different radium isotopes. Violations of fundamental symmetries help explain why there is more matter than antimatter in the universe. Radioactive molecules containing isotopes of heavy elements like radium are ideal for studying violation of fundamental symmetries.
- Physical Review Letters
Genetic meta-analysis helps researchers detect genes related to FMD, a cardiovascular disease that affects mostly women, and defines relationships to other more common cardiovascular conditions.
- Nature Communications
A new study examined how adolescents’ experiences with police—either directly or vicariously (e.g., via witnessing an encounter)—affected their future orientation during the transition to adulthood. The study concluded that adolescents’ experiences with police can serve as an important life course event with negative consequences for later life outcomes.