The term fractal was coined by Benoit Mandelbrot in 1975 and was derived from the Latin fractus meaning 'broken' or 'fractured'.
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Two UQ Science researchers have proved two famous physical laws that have been widely used for the past 25 years do not always work.
Dr Tony Roberts and PhD student Christophe P. Haynes, from the School of Maths and Physics, ...
As medical researchers and engineers try to shrink diagnostics to fit in a person's pocket, one question is how to easily move and mix small samples of liquid. University of Washington researchers have built and patented a surface that, wh...
Just as the heartbeats of today's electronic devices depend on the ability to switch the flow of electricity in semiconductors on and off with lightning speed, the viability of the "spintronic" devices of the future -- technologies that ...
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