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Physicists create a double cat state in two entangled microwave cavities

Jailed Iranian physicist freed temporarily after cancer treatment

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Coherent terahertz radiation created in laser plasmas

New technique could lead to intense tabletop terahertz sources

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Artificial optical nanostructure outperforms butterfly wings

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