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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

Many worlds in Oxford

Last month marked the 50th anniversary of the launching of the "Many Worlds" Interpretation of quantum mechanics, in which parallel universes are constantly branching off from the one we experience, with different events taking place in them...

August 2, 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
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