Search and Discovery
This year's laureates provided constraints to the correct models for both the electroweak and the strong interactions
Femtosecond pulsed lasers have made it possible to catch molecules in the bonding act.
Since first being produced four years ago, Bose–Einstein condensates of dilute gases have provided a rich playground for exploring atomic, quantum, and many‐body physics.
Bose–Einstein condensates are an ideal testing ground for quantum field theory in real time and at finite temperatures—basic topics of great importance for diverse physical systems.