Invisible atoms? MIT physicists make invisible matter


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Invisible atoms? MIT physicists make invisible matter

Invisible atoms MIT physicists make invisible matter
A new study confirms that as atoms are chilled and squeezed to extremes, their ability to scatter light is suppressed. Credit: Christine Daniloff, MIT
We’ve seen it all over the movies, especially James Bond and the Marvel Universe—invisible cars and gadgets. The fantasy of invisibility could soon be a reality. That’s because new research out of MIT shows that under certain conditions—groups of atoms could arrange themselves in certain ways to become invisible. Dr. Wolfgang Ketterlee, a professor of Physics at MIT and lead author of the study, shares his findings.

Invisible atoms? MIT physicists make invisible matter


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