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MIT physicists have developed a protocol to verify the accuracy of quantum experiments.
Researchers at the Center for Theoretical Physics lead work on testing quantum gravity on a quantum processor.
For novel studies of exotic nuclei using precision laser spectroscopy measurements, including the first spectroscopy of short-lived radioactive molecules.
New results from researchers at MIT reveal an unexpected feature of atomic nuclei when a “magic” number of neutrons is reached.
Christoph Paus, the MIT physicist who co-led the effort to detect the particle, looks ahead to the next 10 years.
Tracy Slatyer, Jesse Thaler, and Wei Zhang are honored for their research, leadership, and mentorship.