Phys. Rev. Focus18, 20 (2006) – Published December 29, 2006
Researchers cooled large dye molecules to one-tenth of a degree Kelvin–the coldest temperature ever for large molecules. The technique could work with protein molecules and allow a new level of precision spectroscopy.
Phys. Rev. Focus18, 8 (2006) – Published September 11, 2006
Weaving together experimental clues and theoretical insights, three physicists devised in 1957 the first fundamental theory of superconductivity, one of the most successful theories in solid state physics.