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- Jan 07, 2020

A Quantum Breakthrough Brings a Technique From Astronomy To The Nano-scale

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

Environmental Test Chambers  to test nano scale quantum materials Columbia and University of California San Diego researchers have brought a technique borrowed from astrophysics to the ultra-small scale, allowing for the first time an optical nano-probe to be combined with simultaneous magnetic nano-imaging of quantum materials.

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