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QM from a Classical Multiverse
October 31, 2014
Does quantum mechanics arise from the interactions among many classical universes existing in parallel?
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October 30, 2014
Strongly Interacting Massive Particles (SIMPs) may solve problems that weakly interacting WIMPs can't explain.
Gray arrow Article: Science Now
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review Letters

Novel Light Control
October 27, 2014
Interactions in a dense vapor of quantum emitters can manipulate the properties of the light.
Gray arrow Article: PhysOrg
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review Letters

Microscopic Robots
October 24, 2014
Walking molecular machines could someday travel through our bodies to deliver drugs or detect disease.
Gray arrow Article: Fast Company
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