STM data of the Landé g factor

June issue

This month we reveal the origin of the boson peak in glasses, probe the correlated states of moiré materials and consider what scientific progress means.

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  • Ultracold quantum technologies

    The impressive achievements made with quantum gases rely on continuous improvements in the underlying methods. This Insight reviews recent technological advances that have deepened and broadened the capabilities of ultracold gas experiments

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    • Quantum confinement effects offer a more comprehensive understanding of the fundamental processes that drive extreme optical nonlinearities in nano-engineered solids, opening a route to unlocking the potential of high-order harmonic generation.

      • Julien Madéo
      • Keshav M. Dani
      News & Views
    • The hydrodynamic description of many-body quantum systems is a key part of our understanding of out-of-equilibrium physics. Exotic, highly constrained quantum particles called fractons require a treatment that goes beyond hydrodynamics.

      • Olalla Castro-Alvaredo
      News & Views
    • The hunt for new particles helps to complete our understanding of hadronic matter. The LHCb Collaboration now reports the surprising observation of a doubly charmed tetraquark.

      • Zhiqing Liu
      News & Views
  • Glass, now celebrated with a dedicated International Year, continues to fascinate.

    Editorial
  • The shift of the definition of the kilogram in 2019 away from an artefact to one relying on the Planck constant inspires technological innovation, as Naoki Kuramoto elucidates.

    • Naoki Kuramoto
    Measure for Measure
  • Against the backdrop of various philosophical accounts, this Comment argues for the need of a human rights approach to scientific progress, which requires us to rethink how we view scientific knowledge.

    • Michela Massimi
    Comment
  • As conventions in scholarly publishing evolve, it is appropriate to reassess the options that we provide to our authors. In this spirit, Nature Physics will soon stop accepting submissions in our Letter format.

    Editorial

Ultracold quantum technologies

The impressive achievements made with quantum gases rely on continuous improvements in the underlying methods.
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