From the Editor
Search and Discovery
Since its infancy, our planet has accumulated volatiles from more than one source.
Issues and Events
The theorist’s work on disordered and magnetic solids earned him a Nobel Prize, but it was his profound influence on the condensed-matter community—and well beyond—that set him apart.
Ultracold atomic gases with the right balance of interactions enter a phase that demonstrates a superposition of seemingly opposing properties.
The light’s wavelength becomes effectively infinite, and the spatial and temporal variations of its electric and magnetic fields decouple.