August 2022 Issue of Physics Today Is Online & in the Mail
Hua Liu American Astronomical Society (AAS)
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In the August 2022 Issue
Physics … Is for Girls?
Contrary to modern stereotypes, the laws of the natural world used to be considered a fundamental part of young women’s education. — Joanna Behrman
Einstein Would Be Doubly Amazed
Quantum-correlated light embodies all the weirdness of quantum physics. Now it is being used to aid in the observation of another exotic phenomenon: gravitational waves. — Roman Schnabel
X-Ray Imaging Shows How a 17TH-Century Painting Lost Its Color
When an arsenic sulfide pigment chemically degraded, it stripped the painting’s yellow rose of visible details. — R. Mark Wilson
Clean Hydrogen Edges toward Competitiveness
States and regions around the US are readying their bids to host centers for hydrogen production, distribution, and end uses. — David Kramer
College Instructors Adapt Their Teaching to Prevent Cheating
Pressures, isolation, and the temptation of easy online answers are changing why and how students cheat. — Toni Feder
When Fizzy Water Levitates
Carbonated droplets deposited on a superhydrophobic surface float on a self-generated cushion of gas. — Philippe Bourrianne & Gareth McKinley