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Physics of Complex Systems

(l-r) Dr. Ofer Firstenberg and Roy Shaham. Engineering spins
26.08.2021

A unique nuclear property propels quantum computing into new research and applicative directions

Dr. Efi Efrati and Dr. Luiz Da Silva
26.05.2021

Biological organelles may be messy and crowded, but sometimes only an exact mathematical description will do 

Inhibitory mouse neurons – viewed under a microscope
13.04.2021

A study of lab-grown neurons reveals a new regulatory mechanism for keeping the On-Off switches in our brain in balance

moire
18.01.2021

Instruments normally found in physics labs are making their way into everyday applications. Institute scientists have greatly expanded these...

Weak Interactions, Sturdy Predictions
24.12.2020

The math at the basis of information theory could help explain systems like ocean waves

Freezing with Lasers Creates Aligned Ice Crystals
12.10.2020

Supercooled water zapped in just the right way enabled perfect control over the process

blue horizontal light on black background
06.08.2020

Some of the fastest light pulses ever take on solid materials

Shrimp
20.01.2020

Through millions of years of evolution, shrimps have developed unique-shaped eyes that enable them to see well in their immediate environment -...

Returning Light
23.12.2019

Institute physicists solve a "hard problem" with lasers and a hint

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