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A Light Squeeze

Experiments detail how mechanical stress triggers marine microbes to light up. Read More »


Additional Data Confirms Particle Anomaly

The LHCb Collaboration increases the statistical significance of a result relating to the decay rate of B0mesons that diverges from standard model predictions. Read More »

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Europeans Decide on Particle Strategy

The CERN Council approved a strategy update that prioritizes a 100-km circular collider, while still developing other options for future particle physics projects. Read More »


A Shared Quantum Rhythm

Using a light pulse, researchers sync up phases in quantum states of roughly a million rubidium atoms, thus demonstrating quantum synchronization for the first time.   Read More »

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The Key Device Needed for a Quantum Internet

As researchers worldwide work toward a potential quantum internet, a major roadblock remains: How to build a device called a quantum repeater. Read More »


Building Novel Carbon Allotropes

Calculations indicate that a form of carbon synthesized from pentagonal hydrocarbon molecules could have unusual electrical and mechanical properties. Read More »

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Black Hole Imaging Tests Einstein’s Limits

Sharper images and movies of black holes will allow researchers to probe important physics theories and concepts, including general relativity, in new ways. Read More »


When Politics and Particles Collide

For particle physicist Yangyang Cheng, politics and science are clearly intertwined; it’s political ideals that make open scientific collaboration possible. Read More »


Longer Lived Molecules

Researchers merge two atoms into a molecule that has a precise, reversible quantum state and that lives long enough to measure.  Read More »

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