For the first time researchers have cooled antimatter with laser light. This achievement will considerably improve the precision of future antimatter studies, according to physicist Svante Jonsell at Stockholm University.
Frank Wilczek is professor of theoretical physics and Nobel laureate. He usually spends his time in different parts of the world, including at Stockholm University where he is professor. Last year has been quite challenging because of the pandemic. But it has been positive for his research in many ways.
Sidestepping hit-and-miss experiments and the need for luck in the lab, artificial intelligence can help direct chemists and companies to likely new organic materials for use in electronics – and more, including unlocking secrets of the Universe.