09.10.2012 [Business Insider] - It was awarded to Serge Haroche, of the College de France, and DavidWineland, of the University of Colorado in Boulder. Their work into the quantum world — the bewildering physics of the tiny building blocks of matter — could lead to groundbreaking
09.10.2012 [PBS NewsHour (blog)] - Pictures of Serge Haroche of France and DavidWineland of the U.S. are projected on a screen as the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, announces the winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics on October 9, 2012 at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science in
10.10.2012 [Terra.com] - U.S. physicist DavidWineland talks about is experiment in his lab during a media tour after 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. The two
09.10.2012 [Plain Dealer] - NOBEL-PHYSICS-WINELAND-HAROCHE.JPG Bertil Enevag Ericson/SCANPIX via APPhotographs of the 2012 Nobel Prize laureates in Physics Serge Haroche from France, left, and DavidWineland from the U.S. are presented on a screen during a media
David Jeffrey Wineland (born February 24, 1944) is an American Nobel Prize-winning physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) physics laboratory. His work has included advances in optics, specifically laser cooling of ions in Paul traps and use of trapped ions to implement quantum computing operations. He was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics, jointly with Serge Haroche, for "ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems."
09.10.2012 [News & Issues] - The Award: The 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded "for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring & manipulation of individual quantum systems" with the prize awarded jointly to DavidWineland and Serge Haroche.
09.10.2012 [Popular Science] - Serge Haroche and DavidWineland both developed ways to control and measure fragile, fleeting quantum states, which was thought to be impossible. Their work has enabled real-world studies, not just theoretical discussions, of the relationships between
09.10.2012 [Ars Technica] - This year's Nobel Prize in Physics goes to a pair of physicists that pioneered experimental approaches to the quantum world. The two, University of Colorado-Boulder's DavidWineland and Serge Haroche from the Collège de France, used coupled systems of
10.10.2012 [The Hindu] - Serge Haroche and DavidWineland have opened the door to a new era of experimentation with quantum physics by demonstrating the direct observation of individual quantum systems without destroying them. Through their ingenious laboratory methods
10.10.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - By handing out this year's Nobel Prize in Physics to two quantum physicists (American DavidWineland and Serge Haroche of France) who have figured out how to measure the properties of quantum particles, Stockholm's Nobel Prize committee gave new
10.10.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - DavidWineland, after learning he and Serge Haroche of France were awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics. (MARK LEFFINGWELL - REUTERS) Wineland is a physicist with the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology
10.10.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - American DavidWineland shares Nobel Prize in physics. He and Serge Haroche of France separately found ways to study particles of matter and light without destroying them — a necessary step for creating quantum computers. print. Comments. 1
09.10.2012 [San Francisco Luxury News] - Handout pictures of the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics laureates Serge Haroche (L) of France and DavidWineland of the U.S. seen during a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science in Stockholm, October 9, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Scanpix By
09.10.2012 [NPR] - In this combination of photos, American physicist DavidWineland (left) speaks at a news conference in Boulder, Colo., and French physicist Serge Haroche speaks to the media in Paris after they were named winners of the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics.
11.10.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - Haaretz, Associated Press (October 10, 2012) -- Serge Haroche, a French-Jewish physicist who was born in Casablanca, Morocco, has won the Nobel Prize in Physics jointly with DavidWineland from the United States. The Nobel Prize in Physics 2012 went
09.10.2012 [Getty Images] - Getty Images. Physicist At The National Institute of Standards and Technology DavidWineland Wins Nobel Prize In Physics. By Dana Romanoff (GETTY) – 1 minute ago. BOULDER, CO - OCTOBER 9: David J. Wineland (R), a physicist at the U.S. Department
09.10.2012 [Westword (blog)] - The National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder needs some lessons in publicity. NIST's own DavidWineland has just been named co-winner of the Nobel Prize for physics -- an incredibly prestigious honor for Wineland and the facility.
09.10.2012 [Yahoo! News (blog)] - Associated Press/Ed Andrieski, left; Michel Euler, right - In this combination of photos made Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, American physicist DavidWineland, left, poses at his home in Boulder, Colo., and French …more physicist Serge Haroche speaks to the
09.10.2012 [Fox 31 KDVR.com] - Serge Haroche of France and DavidWineland of the United States will share the $1.2 million prize, the second of six Nobel Prizes announced this month. Wineland is a professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He is CU's fifth Nobel Prize winner
09.10.2012 [GlobalPost] - Pictures of Serge Haroche of France and DavidWineland of US who won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics are projected on a screen as Staffan Normark, Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, announces the laureates on October 9
09.10.2012 [CU Boulder News & Events] - David J. Wineland, a lecturer in the University of Colorado Boulder physics department who today won the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics, was described as both “brilliant and humble” by one of his former graduate students. Wineland is a physicist with the
10.10.2012 [cuindependent] - Physics lecturer DavidWineland has received the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics, the fifth CU faculty member to win the prestigious award. Wineland shares the honor with French physicist Serge Haroche. According to the National Institute of Standards and
09.10.2012 [Harvard Magazine] - David J. Wineland, Ph.D. '70, of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado, has won the Nobel Prize in physics for his work with quantum systems. He will share the $1.2-million prize with Serge Haroche of the
09.10.2012 [Manila Channel] - Stockholm – The Nobel Prize Committee announced last Tuesday morning that the 2 Physicists who invented methods to observe and measure the behavior of individual particles have won the Nobel Prize in Physics. The winners – French Serge Haroche
09.10.2012 [WHTC] - NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. physicist DavidWineland and France's Serge Haroche share the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics for doing what Wineland once described as a scientific parlour trick. What they did was apply one of the most successful
09.10.2012 [CHANNELS] - Frenchman Serge Haroche and American DavidWineland have been named as the winners of 2012 Nobel Prize in physics for inventing and developing methods for observing tiny quantum particles without destroying them. The Royal Swedish Academy of
09.10.2012 [Daily Californian] - UC Berkeley alumnus DavidWineland was one of two recipients of the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics announced Tuesday. Wineland, along with French physicist Serge Haroche, was awarded the prize “for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable
09.10.2012 [Scienceline] - Serge Haroche of Collège de France and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, and DavidWineland of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and University of Colorado Boulder, independently devised methods to directly observe quantum
09.10.2012 [Laboratory Equipment] - Serge Haroche and DavidWineland have independently invented and developed methods for measuring and manipulating individual particles while preserving their quantum-mechanical nature, in ways that were previously thought unattainable. The Nobel