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Carefully fabricating nanofibers by heating and pulling may make for highly-efficient, optics-based, low-power atom traps WASHINGTON, June 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Take
Michael Lewis's bestselling book "Flash Boys" describes how some brokers, engaging in high frequency trading, exploit fast telecommunications to gain fraction-of-a-second advantage in the buying and selling of stocks.
UMD celebrates grand opening of world-class research and education facility COLLEGE PARK, Md., April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The
Atomtronics is an emerging technology whereby physicists use ensembles of atoms to build analogs to electronic circuit elements.
The 18th century writer Adam Smith provided a workable metaphor for the way society utilizes resources.
Topology -- the understanding of how things are connected -- remains abstract, even with the popular example of doughnuts and coffee cups.
Entanglement, by general consensus of physicists, is the weirdest part of quantum science.
Scientists have demonstrated how they are able to store visual images within a thin vapor of rubidium atoms.
A new device developed by researchers at the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) uses an active detection process to establish a new, more accurate standard for reading quantum information.
The storage of light-encoded messages on film and compact disks and as holograms is ubiquitous---grocery scanners, Netflix disks, credit-card images are just a few examples.