Space News: The coldest spot in the known universe
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In 2001, Eric Cornell of the National Institute of Standards & Technology and Carl Wieman of University of Colorado shared the Nobel Prize with Wolfgang Ketterle of MIT for their independent discovery of these condensates, which Albert Einstein and ...
Baby, it's cold inside: Scientists measure the universe's coldest stuff
Matter with a Bose-Einstein condensation state was observed in 1995, for which Eric A. Cornell, Wolfgang Ketterle and Carl E. Wieman were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2001. “You increase the temperature of the atoms when you try to observe ...
Recent winners of the Nobel Prize in physics
2001: Eric A. Cornell and Carl E. Wieman, United States, and U.S.—based researcher Wolfgang Ketterle of Germany for creating a new state of matter, an ultra-cold gas known as Bose-Einstein condensate. 2000: Zhores I. Alferov, Russia, Researcher ...
This Day in History, October 9
2001: Americans Eric A Cornell, Carl E Wieman and Wolfgang Ketterle win the Nobel Prize in physics for creating a new state of matter: the Bose-Einstein condensate which is an ultra-cold gas that could aid in developing smaller and faster electronics.