Physics Department wins $1M award
When the beat goes off
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March memorial for Norman Ramsey
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The ‘quantum magnet’
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Light touch
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Graphene may help speed up DNA sequencing
Quantum networks advance with entanglement of photons, solid-state qubits
Insights on quantum mechanics
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Applied physicists create building blocks for a new class of optical circuits
The Postdocs
Cold atoms and nanotubes come together in an atomic ‘black hole’
Marrying high performance optics with microfluidics
Toy story
Light used to map effect of neurons on one another
Quantum gas microscope offers glimpse of quirky ultracold atoms
Materials scientists find better model for glass creation
Physics for the musical masses
Researchers see exotic force for first time
ATLAS detector seeks to illuminate universe’s mysteries
Harvard researchers selected for National Academy of Sciences membership
Turning on cells with magnetic switches
MacArthur Foundation honors Harvard faculty members, Radcliffe fellow
Harvard launches wireless classroom
Using physics to understand biology
Light propagates via wires more slender than its own wavelength
Have light, will not travel
Seeing the hole truth
Scientists look inside antimatter
Why antimatter matters so much
New way to ‘see’ DNA
Harvard researchers stop, restart, light
Thinnest wires probe superconductivity
Closing in on the ‘theory of everything’
Black silicon: A new way to trap light
‘Ultracold’ trap unveils secrets of matter in the universe