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Theorists propose a recipe for directly measuring the topological order in non-interacting cold atom systems.
Coupling a silicon nitride membrane resonator with a gas of ultracold atoms offers a novel approach to controlling mechanical systems at the quantum level.
New beam splitter techniques extend the world of precision experiments with matter waves.
Cold atoms in optical cavities can undergo a transition to a liquid-crystalline state in which the positions of the atoms are determined by the photon field.