A Random Walk in Science

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Presenter: Steven Chu

Published: July 2015

Age: 18-22 and upwards

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Tags: physics;laser;cooling;positronium;energy;biomedicine

Type: Lectures

Source/institution: Lindau-Nobel

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I will discuss my random walk in science, from my graduate student on postdoctoral years testing the Weinberg-Salam-Glashow theory of electro-weak forces, and then to energy transfer in condensed matter systems, the spectroscopy of positronium, laser cooling and atom trapping, atom interferometry, single molecule polymer and biophysics. Over the past dozen years, and then an evolution into sustainable energy and climate change, the development and applications of new imaging methods in biology, biomedicine and improved batteries for electric vehicles.

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