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Illustration of a molecule in the presence of gravitational time dilation
Harvard Physics postdoc and ITAMP fellow Igor Pikovski is the lead author of a Nature Physics article describing a surprising link between gravity and quantum mechanics...


Figure 1.8: Properties of the Rashba energy spectrum
The Rashba effect, discovered in 1959 by a Soviet-American theoretical physicist Emmanuel Rashba, now a Harvard Physics Research Scholar, continues to supply fertile ground for fundamental research and applications...


When I first caught wind that there was going a People's Sculpture Race in Cambridge, writes Kim Bernard, the 2015 Harvard Physics Artist-in-Residence, I proposed the idea, to the Wednesday physics lunch gang, that we put our heads together...


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In a recent editor-suggested article in Physical Review Letters, grad student Junhyun Lee and Prof. Subir Sachdev consider the interplay between the antiferromagnetic and Kekulé valence bond solid orderings in the zero energy Landau levels of neutral monolayer and bilayer graphene...


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Prof. Markus Greiner and members of his lab test a new technique for imaging of individual fermionic lithium atoms in a single layer of a 3D optical lattice. To preserve the density distribution during fluorescence imaging, the researchers simultaneously cooled the atoms with 3D Raman sideband cooling...


Fig. 1: The experimental setup
Magnetic resonance techniques not only provide powerful imaging tools that have revolutionized medicine, but they have a wide spectrum of applications in other fields of science such as biology, chemistry...


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