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Electrical Control of the “Valley”

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Dark Matter Detector Delivers Enigmatic Signal

Are the excess events detected by the XENON1T experiment a harbinger of new physics or a mundane background? Read More »


Theorists React to Potential Signal in Dark Matter Detector

A tantalizing signal reported by the XENON1T dark matter experiment has sparked theorists to investigate explanations involving new physics. Read More »


A Deeper Understanding of Quantum Thermal Machines

A new theoretical description of how thermal machines work in the quantum regime provides a guide to increasing their efficiency.  Read More »


Toward a Perfect Single-Photon Source

Semiconductor quantum dot emits photons that are squeezed below the fundamental noise limit. Read More »


Nobel Prize: Facing the Reality of Black Holes

Three scientists were recognized for proving that gravitational collapse can lead to a black hole and for observing the supermassive black hole at the center of our Galaxy. Read More »


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Hat Trick Observation for Bosons

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Exploring Futures for Particle Physics

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