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Stories by Graham P. Collins

Material World

Scientists take inspiration from nature and instill novel magnetic properties

January 1, 2008 — Graham P. Collins and Charles Q. Choi

Light Manipulation

New technologies exercise extraordinary control over light

January 1, 2008 — Graham P. Collins

Shamans of Small

Like interstellar travel, time machines and cyberspace, nanotechnology has become one of the core plot devices on which science-fiction writers draw

September 1, 2007 — Graham P. Collins

Computing with Quantum Knots

A machine based on bizarre particles called anyons that represents a calculation as a set of braids in spacetime might be a shortcut to practical quantum computation

March 26, 2006 — Graham P. Collins

Making Cold Antimatter

Low-energy atoms of antihydrogen will enable researchers to test a fundamental property of the universe

May 23, 2005 — Graham P. Collins

Why We Need Our Zzzs

Why We Need Our Zzzs

Vital for Memory, Mood and More