Search and Discovery
Important, and often puzzling, features of transport and relaxation in disordered systems can be attributed to the long‐tailed distributions of the times between events that limit the motion.
Hermann Ebert's 19th‐century spectrometer was reinvented and thus revived from undeserved obscurity to pioneer the study of planetary atmospheres in the age of space flight. Its history is a comedy of errors.
Educators at Rutgers University, together with physicists at Bell Labs and Bellcore, have developed teaching modules around technologies familiar from everyday life.