Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Nobel Prize for Very Clever Quantum Experiments

As I predicted earlier in the week, this year’s Nobel Prize for Physics did not go to Higgs et alli. What I was unable to predict was that the Prize would go to Serge Haroche (Collège de France and Ecole … Continue reading

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Nobel Prize Rumors and the Higgs Boson

In the wee hours of tomorrow morning, the latest crop of recipients for the Nobel Prize in Physics will be announced by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. As always, there is considerable speculation about who will get the nod. … Continue reading

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