10.10.2012 [El Universal (Venezuela)] - El francés Serge Haroche, profesor del Colegio Francia y la Escuela Superior Normal en París, y el estadounidense David Wineland, del Instituto Nacional de Estándares y Tecnología (NIST) de la Universidad de Colorado, identificaron la forma de
09.10.2012 [Colorado Daily] - Physicist David Wineland smiles while talking with a friend prior to a news conference in Boulder, Colorado, after learning he and Serge Haroche of France were awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics, October 9, 2012. (MARK LEFFINGWELL)
09.10.2012 [KUNC] - NIST physicist David Wineland adjusts an ultraviolet laser beam used to manipulate ions in a high-vacuum apparatus containing an "ion trap." It has been a whirlwind day for David Wineland, who along with Serge Haroche, won the Nobel prize for physics
09.10.2012 Dr David Wineland and Professor Serge Haroche have won the Nobel Prize in Physics for their exploration of quantum mechanics. ... Dr David Wineland hard at work Geoffrey Wheeler/Nist/Handout/EPA. French physicist and ...
09.10.2012 [NPR (blog)] - NIST physicist and Nobel Prize-winner David Wineland adjusts an ultraviolet laser beam used to manipulate ions in a high-vacuum apparatus containing an "ion trap." These devices have been used to demonstrate the basic operations required for a quantum
09.10.2012 [Nature.com] - ... for quantum optics. Award for methods that 'revolutionized' atomic physics. Geoff Brumfiel. 09 October 2012. Serge Haroche (left) and David Wineland discovered ways to probe the quantum states of particles. C. LEBEDINSKY/CNRS PHOTOTHÈQUE; NIST
09.10.2012 [Westword (blog)] - The National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder needs some lessons in publicity. NIST's own David Wineland has just been named co-winner of the Nobel Prize for physics -- an incredibly prestigious honor for Wineland and the facility.
09.10.2012 [Scienceline] - Serge Haroche of Collège de France and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, and David Wineland of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and University of Colorado Boulder, independently devised methods to directly observe quantum