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July, 2019

The motion of hovering nanoparticles might reveal that quantum wave functions collapse spontaneously, but three common measurement methods are not ready for prime time as reported by TEQ experimentalists in the latest issue of Physical Review A with Editors suggestion and a Synopsis in Featured i

July, 2019

Prof. Paternostro (QUB) has been announced as a recipient of the Royal Society Wolfson Fellowship 2018 Round Three.

July, 2019

Dr. Catalina Curceanu has won the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Fundamental Physics Innovation Award.

April, 2019

“The project has fully achieved its objectives and milestones for the period” says the TEQ’s first Review Report delivered by the European Commission.

November, 2018

In the frame of the TEQ project, the University of Trieste co-organizes an Advanced School and a Workshop titled “Ubiquitous Quantum Physics: the New Quantum Revolution” in February/March 2019 in Trieste (Italy).

October, 2018

Dr Catalina Curceanu was recently awarded by the President of Romania for her outstanding scientific work.

October, 2018

TEQ scientist Caitlin Jones appeared in an article in Italian newspaper Il Piccolo about women in physics. The article spoke about the difficulties women face in physics and the inspiration that Donna Strickland recently winning the Nobel prize can give women.

October, 2018

The cover article of the July issue of Scientific American has been picked up by its Italian edition, Le Scienze, for the October 2018 issue featuring Bassi and Vinante.

July, 2018

How does the world crystallise from quantum weirdness? We might just have the answer, says a new article on the cover of the July 14, 2018 issue of the New Scientist. And that answer could be given by the TEQ project.

July, 2018

The TEQ teams work to establish the large-scale limit of quantum mechanics trying to answer questions that are so far unaddressed: why we have no evidence of non-classical behavior in the macroscopic world?

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