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Black-hole analogue works like a laser

Sound is amplified between two "event horizons" in a Bose–Einstein condensate

Butterfly's colourful trick of the light recreated in the lab

"Reverse diffraction" materials could make banknotes more secure

Are 'weak values' quantum after all?

Results of weak measurements can be replicated classically, claim physicists

Chemistry Nobel awarded for super-resolution microscopy

Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and William Moerner share 2014 prize

Quantum data are compressed for the first time

Physicists manage to squeeze three qubits into two

Photons weave their way through a triple slit

Path-integral analysis reveals flaw in interpretation of beloved experiment

New plasmonic nanolaser is cavity-free

Proposed device could improve optical telecommunications

Visualizing helium's interacting electrons

New experiments control correlations, switching them on and off

Graphene drum could store quantum information

Carbon resonator is coupled to superconducting microwave cavity

Superabsorbing rings could lead to better cameras and solar cells

Quantum effect could be put to work in a range of optical technologies

Cracking the code for single-molecule junctions

First accurate calculation of “porphyrin” conductance achieved

Strontium's nuclear 'spin symmetry' revealed

Discovery will be crucial for building yet more precise atomic clocks

Controlling ferromagnetic domains using light

Unexplained discovery could have major impact on data-storage methods

Electrons in magnetic field reveal surprises

Quantum properties dictate electrons' rotational frequency

Nanoparticles open a new window into the brain

New imaging technique could help treat strokes, cancer and dementia