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Quantum Photonic Chip
September 11, 2014
Physicists have created and manipulated entangled photons on a single chip.
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Turning Glass to Metal
September 9, 2014
Quartz glass can briefly take on metallic properties, when illuminated by a laser pulse.
Gray arrow Article: SPIE
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review Letters

Measuring Wave Functions
September 8, 2014
A new technique radically speeds measurement of a quantum system's wave function.
Gray arrow Article: Yahoo News
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review Letters

Iran's Brain Drain Problem
September 4, 2014
Scientists are leaving Iran in droves, in part to avoid the fate suffered by imprisoned physicist Omid Kokabee.
Gray arrow Article: Huffington Post
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