Physicists Find Way to Control Individual Bits in Quantum Computers
Powerful NIST Detectors on Hawaiian Telescope to Probe Origins of Stars, Planets and Galaxies
Predicting the Lifetime of Extreme UV Optics
Progress and Promise in DIAL LIDAR
Progress in MRI Contrast Agents
Quantum Computer Components 'Coalesce' to 'Converse'
Quantum Computing Results May Help in Code Breaking
Quantum Quirk: JILA Scientists Pack Atoms Together to Prevent Collisions in Atomic Clock
Quantum Random Number Generator
Radioactive 'Understudy' May Aid Medical Imaging, Drug Development
Record-breaking Detector May Aid Nuclear Inspections (Tech Beat)
Record-setting Laser May Aid Searches for Earthlike Planets
Redefining the SI Units
Road to AC Voltage Standard Leads to Important Junction
Scientists Build First 'Frequency Comb' To Display Visible 'Teeth'
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Date created: December 17, 2009 | Last updated: October 5, 2010