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A week in UW research: fusion, racing and sleep

Madison, Wis. Recently UW researchers have put enough monitoring equipment on a bicycle to make your head spin, addressed shockwaves in fusion reactors with soap bubbles, and found losing sleep makes you hungry. Interested? Read on.

Monitor predicts energy toll for long-distance atheletes


Put a GPS monitor on a bicycle, add devices that measure the riders heart rate and th......

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Nuclear fusion smacking hydrogen isotopes together with enough force to fuse them together is hard enough. Getting more energy out of the resulting transformation into helium atoms than you put in, thats tricky.

For now, Riccardo Bonazza would like to know more about what exactly happens during the fusion reaction, and how to ......

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The Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study allowed publication of papers on a variety of topics, including breathing problems.......

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