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Australian Scientists Just Watched Quasiparticles Form For The First Time

A breakthrough physics study is paving the way to a better understanding of ultrafast electronics. Australian scientists have witnessed — for the first time ever in the world — the formation of quasiparticles in real time. This is globally significant and has major implications for the electronics industries. But, er, what does it mean exactly? More »      
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