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Henning Weier

Escape the lab

At the APS March Meeting in Boston, Paul Kwiat and his crew had set up their “LabEscape“. It is a science (mainly physics) based escape room. Katya (Quantum Design) and Henning (qutools) teamed up with two other APS meeting participants to solve numerous puzzles and help the famous researcher Professor […]

The Final Frontier: Quantum Physics in Space

Within the last two decades, quantum physicists have been busy proposing experiments that could be done in space. At long last, their efforts seem to produce results. Lately, two more results have been published, both groups are rather well-known to qutools: Wheeler’s delayed choice experiment has been performed by Paolo […]

2017 Nobel Prize in Physics: Gravitational Waves (and Time Warps?)

This was quicker than expected: Only two years after the observation of gravitational waves (we reported on this) in September 2015, the The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017 to Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne, all members […]