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JQI Podcast Episode 5

blue laser

Credit: J. Consoli; E. Edwards (Contact JQI for permission to re-use and requests for high resolution images)

Fifty years ago, Theodore Maiman invented the laser. Steve Rolston and two guest experts describe how the device has utterly transformed quantum information science.

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