Bing Zhang In The News

Science News
July 15, 2022
An unusual blast of radio waves from deep space had a sense of rhythm. Over the few seconds in December 2019 when the burst was detected, it kept a steady beat. That tempo holds clues to the potential origin of the mysterious outburst, one of a class of flares called fast radio bursts.
Today News 24
July 15, 2022
An unusual blast of radio waves from deep space had a sense of rhythm. Over the few seconds in December 2019 when the burst was detected, it kept a steady beat. That tempo holds clues to the potential origin of the mysterious outburst, one of a class of flares called fast radio bursts.
Medium
March 29, 2022
The global smart space market size is projected to grow from USD 9.4 billion in 2020 to USD 15.3 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.2% during the forecast period. The increasing venture capital funding and growing investments in smart space technology to drive market growth.
Noticias de la Ciencia
March 24, 2022
According to recent research results, polarization could hold key clues to unraveling the enigma of fast radio bursts (FRBs).
Trust My Science
March 21, 2022
The first fast radio burst detected dates back to 2007. Since then, nearly a hundred of these ultrashort cosmic “explosions” have been recorded, some of them being periodic. Despite these multiple observations, the origin of these signals remains unknown to this day. Black holes, simple neutron stars, pulsars or magnetars are among the sources considered. A new study conducted by an international team on five different sources of these strange signals could finally solve this mystery.
SciTechDaily
March 20, 2022
New study by international team of scientists identifies polarization as key trait that may reveal the origin of the powerful millisecond-long cosmic radio explosions.
ScienceDaily
March 19, 2022
Nearly 15 years after the discovery of fast radio bursts (FRBs), the origin of the millisecond-long, deep-space cosmic explosions remains a mystery. That may soon change, thanks to the work of an international team of scientists which tracked hundreds of the bursts from five different sources and found clues in FRB polarization patterns that may reveal their origin.
Physics Today
March 17, 2022
A correlation between the observed frequencies and polarizations of the energetic radio pulses suggests the bursts originate in active regions such as magnetars in binary systems.