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New spiraling material could yield unexpected properties, like superconductivity
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Refusing to sign UC's loyalty oath in 1950, Chew left, but returned in 1957 to make important contributions to the theory of strong interactions
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Demonstration of scrambling in quantum computer suggests a way to resurrect ‘lost’ information from inside a black hole
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Classical computers have a hard time understanding "“quantum accents”
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New research may soon make it more practical to use battery-powered vehicles and devices without risking shutdown in very cold and very hot weather
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If the big telescope in Antarctica breaks, or the CERN supercollider needs a part, Warren Carlisle gets the call
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Physicist Norman Yao will use fellowship's unrestricted funds to explore applications of his breakthrough discovery, time crystals
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A statistical analysis says that black holes can make up no more than 40 percent of dark matter, the strongest limit yet
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The new alliance will advance the design, fabrication, and testing of quantum devices and technologies
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The discovery will prove useful in a broad range of applications - from medical devices, ton spotting rare earth minerals from the air to improving cell phone navigation

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