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A new experiment pushes the boundaries of our understanding of topological quantum matter
Nov. 17, 2022

A new experiment pushes the boundaries of our understanding of topological quantum matter

By Tom Garlinghouse

New research conducted by Princeton physicists is delving with high resolution into the complex and fascinating world of topological quantum matter

New collaboration to probe physical reality’s ‘glue’
Nov. 11, 2022

New collaboration to probe physical reality’s ‘glue’

By Tom Garlinghouse for the Department of Physics

An ambitious new collaboration promises to expand our understanding of what some physicists have called the “glue” that holds the universe together – the strong nuclear force.

“One of the fundamental forces of…

Scientists discover exotic quantum state at room temperature
Oct. 26, 2022

Scientists discover exotic quantum state at room temperature

By Tom Garlinghouse

For the first time, physicists have observed novel quantum effects in a topological insulator at room temperature.

 

Researchers at Princeton found that a material known as a topological…

Yazdani wins APS Award for visualizing complex quantum states of matter
Oct. 11, 2022

Yazdani wins APS Award for visualizing complex quantum states of matter

/by Allison Gasparini

Physicist Ali Yazdani has been awarded the 2023 APS Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Physics Prize for “innovative applications of scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy to complex quantum states of matter…

Calaprice to receive Bethe Prize for experimental nuclear physics
Oct. 11, 2022

Calaprice to receive Bethe Prize for experimental nuclear physics

By Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications

Physicist Frank Calaprice will receive the American Physical Society’s 2023 Hans A. Bethe Prize, which…

Elliott Lieb Awarded Dirac Medal
Aug. 23, 2022

Elliott Lieb Awarded Dirac Medal

Elliott Lieb Awarded the 2022 Gauss Prize
July 12, 2022

Elliott Lieb Awarded the 2022 Gauss Prize

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