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Journal of Unsolved Questions
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ISSN (Print) 2192-0745 - ISSN (Online) 2192-0753
Published by U of Mainz Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Smile and the Whole World Smiles With YouMimicry and the impact it has on
           our social livesIna Hönemann

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Imagine you are sitting at a table during lunch and your friend or colleague smiles at you. What do you do' You reflexively return a smile. You do not think about it. Indeed, you are also returning a smile if your mind is otherwise occupied. When someone smiles at us, we (usually) return a smile.… Read More »Smile and the Whole World Smiles With You
      Mimicry and the impact it has on our social lives
      Ina HönemannThe post Smile and the Whole World Smiles With You
      Mimicry and the impact it has on our social lives
      Ina Hönemann first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Tue, 22 Feb 2022 15:07:54 +000
       
  • Spin Orientation Manipulation by Electric Fields and X-ray Irradiation

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Mariia Filianina, Weiliang Gan, Tetsuya Hajiri, Michael Le, Tatiana Savchenko, Sergio Valencia, Mohamad-Assaad Mawass, Florian Kronast, Samridh Jaiswal, Gerhard Jakob, and Mathias Kläui Electric field-induced strain engineering of the magnetic anisotropy offers a highlyattractive perspective for designing future generations of energy-efficient informationtechnologies. In this work, we show using x-ray magnetic imaging and magneto-optic Kerr effect… Read More »Spin Orientation Manipulation by Electric Fields and X-ray IrradiationThe post Spin Orientation Manipulation by Electric Fields and X-ray Irradiation first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Fri, 09 Jul 2021 09:39:10 +000
       
  • Non-Coding Sequences – the Dark Matter of Biology

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Tobias Ruff A couple of phenomena in cosmology (for example the speed at which stars move around the center of galaxies) contradict predictions made based on the amount and properties of the observable matter in the Universe. These phenomena indicate that there is something besides the matter we can observe with (radio-) telescopes, which is… Read More »Non-Coding Sequences – the Dark Matter of BiologyThe post Non-Coding Sequences – the Dark Matter of Biology first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 06:29:25 +000
       
  • “You didn’t expect that'!” – Survey

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Kevin Machel Every now and then we find ourselves being puzzled by the unexpected. Of course that can sometimes be entertaining as in a good movie, book or video game. But when it happens out of the ordinary it might also have serious implications as in medicine or science. See what surprised our readers: “I… Read More »“You didn’t expect that'!” – SurveyThe post “You didn’t expect that'!” – Survey first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 06:29:25 +000
       
  • Delicious Craf

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Artem Chudnenko2, the chef of the restaurant “Alice”3 in Moscow, defines his cooking style as a craft. He is known for creating the finest dishes from handcrafted ingredients, from bread to dressing. He is passionate for technology of the cooking process. As a result, his kitchen is original, deeply creative and meticulously thought out. This… Read More »Delicious CrafThe post Delicious Craf first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 06:29:25 +000
       
  • Serendipity in Astrophysics

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Dr. Patrick Kelly1 is an assistant astronomy professor in Minnesota Institute for Astrophysics. During his postdoctoral time at Berkeley he made his first serendipitous discovery of the first gravitationally lensed distant supernova, using the Hubble Space Telescope. This, in turn, led to further discoveries with tremendous scientific impact in the field. This interview discusses a… Read More »Serendipity in AstrophysicsThe post Serendipity in Astrophysics first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 06:29:25 +000
       
  • “Well, That’s Strange…” or the History of Many
           Happy Accidents

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Tatjana Daenzer Whenever scientists begin their experiments, a lot of time and brainpower has been invested in the preparation beforehand to ensure that everything goes right. Not only do they wish for positive results, meaning (in chemistry) high purity and high yield, but also a safe performance of their syntheses without unexpected events. Rigorous cleanliness… Read More »“Well, That’s Strange…” or the History of Many Happy AccidentsThe post “Well, That’s Strange…” or the History of Many Happy Accidents first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 06:29:25 +000
       
  • Serendipity – A Liaison of Luck and Science

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Kevin Machel Serendipity is the product of an interplay between chance and wisdom. It has accompanied us since the dawn of mankind. At first, discoveries were made by mere chance as e.g. the discovery of cooking food with fire. Over the millennia, humans started searching more systematically for answers and solutions. In the last centuries,… Read More »Serendipity – A Liaison of Luck and ScienceThe post Serendipity – A Liaison of Luck and Science first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 06:29:25 +000
       
  • To progress or not to progress

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: – A sidenote on Pizza Hawaii – In our daily lives, we are confronted now and then if we should do things differently. Even when we speak about benign things like the maintenance of the car and a friend suggests a different way of cleaning it. When we bring food to a party and discuss… Read More »To progress or not to progressThe post To progress or not to progress first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 18:30:53 +000
       
  • Survey of the Journal of Unsolved Questions:„If it ain’t broke,
           don’t fix it “

    • Authors: Adrien Thurotte
      Abstract: Right' If it runs like a charm, no one wants to improve a process for the worst. But sometimes old habits stick at the expense of progress. We collect opinions, experiences, and failures or successes in this specific topic. Please use the text box and send us your contribution (ca 250 words) until Sep. 13th… Read More »Survey of the Journal of Unsolved Questions:„If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it “The post Survey of the Journal of Unsolved Questions:„If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it “ first appeared on Journal of Unsolved Questions.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Aug 2020 14:42:56 +000
       
 
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