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A team of physicists presents results on a pair of quantum systems that exhibit the behavior of a traversable wormhole.
Berkeley Lab scientists have developed a nature-inspired technique for converting carbon dioxide into solar fuels.
With atomic precision, scientists have built a testbed to manipulate electrons in entirely new ways with potential applications in quantum computing.
The project is part of the ORNL-led Darknet initiative to secure the electricity infrastructure by shifting communications to secure methods.
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