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Small Wins Big (or Micro-Machines Made Marvelous)

Continuing our Quantum Computing Crash (Collision?) Course to get you ready for our upcoming performance of BOUNDED IN A NUTSHELL (help us BUILD A NUTSHELL HERE) – As if to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the great Sixties Sci-Fi classic FANTASTIC VOYAGE, the 2016 Nobel Prize for Chemistry has been awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir … Continue reading

“Madder” Matter Makes Killing in Stockholm (or Cold Cats Clinch Prize in Sweden)

Continuing our Quantum Computing Crash (Collision?) Course to get you ready for our upcoming performance of BOUNDED IN A NUTSHELL (help us BUILD A NUTSHELL HERE) – The 2016 Nobel Prize for Physics was announced. David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz were awarded the coveted honors for their work on “exotic states of matter” … Continue reading