Turbulence in Space(November 22, 2006)
Turbulence in space has been directly measured for the first time
Chaos Hotspots on the Weather Map
(June 13, 2001)
In efforts to improve weather forecasting, a multidisciplinary University
of Maryland team has developed a technique that determines the location
of chaos "hotspots," regions in which small changes in conditions
are believed to magnify most quickly into large perturbations in the weather.
Two-photon Laser (7 May, 2001)
A laser in which two photons are emitted by each atom, has been driven
into a chaotic regime, with possible nonlinear optics applications possible.
Cones in Dusty Plasmas (November 1, 1999)
Shock waves in a dusty plasma
Gravity (October 22, 1999)
A pendulum helps scientists to understand the gravity generated by the
gravitational field itself.
Granular Mixing (March 10, 1999)
Chaotic mixing of granular materials at record speeds.
Symmetries in Fluids (January 21, 1998)
Unique new wave patterns on a fluid surface.