Gov. Jared Polis unveiled plans to invest $74 million in ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥â€™s quantum ecosystem. The new refundable tax credit program aims to maximize the stateâ€™s competitiveness as a tech hubâ€”including ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Boulder, already a global leader in quantum research and innovationâ€”to win an additional $70 million in federal funding.
A statewide coalition of higher education and industry partners has outlined a detailed vision for ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ to translate its legacy as a national leader in quantum information science and technology into workforce development and educational opportunities.
Hundreds of scientists and journalists will flock to the ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Convention Center Feb. 15 to 17 to hear from the worldâ€™s leading scientists at the American association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting.
Researchers wrote new computer algorithms to redesign the interiors of padding down to the scale of a millimeter or less. The result: New kinds of cushions that can absorb as much as 25% more force than current state-of-the-art technologies.
In a new study, physics professor Jun Ye and his research team have taken a significant step in understanding the intricate and collective light-atom interactions within atomic clocks, the most precise clocks in the universe.
A broad coalition of stakeholders gathered at ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Boulder on Jan. 25 to celebrate the state and universityâ€™s key roles in sustaining a vibrant semiconductor ecosystem and to discuss how to shape its future.
As reported in a new Nature paper, the theory and experiment teams of JILA and NIST Fellows Ana Maria Rey and James Thompson, in collaboration with others, simulated superconductivity under such excited conditions using an atom-cavity system.