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Gershon Kurizki

Sadi Carnot

New research upholds an old principle of thermodynamics 

(l-r) Prof. Gershon Kurizki and Ephraim Shahmoon

An idea for trapping virtual photons is anything but empty

Drawing by Ron Weinstock, a student at the Henry Ronson ORT High School in Ashkelon

Machinery based on single atoms may be able to bend the laws of thermodynamics

Profs. Lucio Frydman and Gershon Kurizki and D. D. Bhaktavatsala Rao. Minimal force

A unique collaboration demonstrates how to heat tiny particles just by measuring them

Weizmann Institute Scientists Show: Quantum Systems Could Flout Physics Law

Scientists in the Weizmann Institute’s Faculty of Chemistry, together with colleagues in...

Prof. Gershon Kurizki

If you observe something in frequent "glimpses," can you freeze its motion? In the quantum world, you might actually speed it...

Zeno's Quantum Paradox Reversed: Watching A Flying Arrow Increase Its Speed
Is motion an illusion? Can 'glimpses' freeze radioactive decay?
New Method for 'Improving' Light Signals

A new proposal for reducing noise in light signals may improve optical communications