Hunting the Quark Cosmic Physics Alec Nesbitt After years of confusion,scientists all over the world have reached a very exciting stage in their research into the basic ingredients of all matter. They say that the protons and neutrons  at the heart of atoms are made up of elusive little things called quarks.
Certainty from Uncertainty Quantum Computing Charles H Bennett Quantum mechanics is best known for its uncertainty principle, but now physicists and computer scientists have found that quantum mechanics can also serve as a source of certainty.
Quantum Philosophy Quantum Physics John Horgan New experiments - real and imagined - are probing ever more deeply into the surreal quantum realm.
Parallel Power Quantum Computing With their multiple personalities, quantum states could form the heart of a massively parallel computer.
Quantum Seeing in the Dark Quantum Physics Paul Kwiat,
Harald Weinfurter
& Anton Zeilinger
Quantum optics demonstrates the existence of interaction-free measurements: the detection of objects without light-or anything else-ever hitting them.
Where Two Worlds Meet Quantum Chaos Julian Brown Butterflies can cause hurricanes, according to the classical theory of chaos. But what happens when chaos encounters the quantum world?
Bose-Einstein Condensate Quantum Physics Eric A. Cornell & Carl E. Wieman Three years ago in a Colorado laboratory, scientists realised a long-standing dream, bringing the quantum world closer to the one of everyday experience.
Quantum Frontier Quantum Theory Mark Buchanan There is a mysterious boundary between the familiar predictability of ordinary objects and the spooky uncertainties of the quantum world. Now physicists are on the verge of discovering what happens there.
Fuzzy World Quantum Theory Robert Matthews Einstein was wrong,Bohr was right,the world is fuzzy.
When electrons go with the flow Quantum Electronics Peter Main Remove the obstacles that create electrical resistance, and you get ballistic electrons and a quantum surprise.
Learning What Is,From What Doesn't Quantum Physics Alan H.Guth The K-meson and the J/psi particle
Anti-Gravity Superconductivity Robert Matthews & Ian Sample Breakthrough as scientists beat gravity.
Multiple Choice Quantum Cryptography Adrian Cho You don't need a final answer at the quantum game show.So come on down,everyone's a winner.
What Lies Beneath Quantum Emergence Eugene Samuel Reality could be made of anything from blancmange to billiard balls and we'd never know.
Quantum physics on the edge of chaos Quantum Chaos Michael Berry Quantum physics describes the world of the very small. Classical Newtonian physics describes larger scales. But in the border country between the two, rigorous mathematical descriptions are difficult to find, and chaos rears its head.
Random Reality Randomness Marcus Chown Space and the material world could be created out of nothing but noise. That's the startling conclusion of a new theory that attempts to explain the stuff of reality.
Not exactly a quantum leap Quantum Physics Roland White Roland White finds himself still in the dark after a new attempt to make sense of physics.
Quantum Inquistion Quantum Physics Roland White Entangled photons could provide deep insights into our world that nobody not even physicists, expected. Michael Brooks spoke to the chief inquisitor.
Great balls of Power Quantum Physics Marcus Chown The potential of Q-balls puts nuclear fusion in the shade.





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