Physics Colloquium

Detecting Nuclear Quantum Effects (Petting Zoo Edition)

by Philip Mason


Quantum effects are notoriously difficult to detect, frequently involving million euro pieces of equipment and years of work by the most dedicated and highly trained phd students on the planet. While it may be difficult to detect quantum effects, nuclear quantum effects are that on steroids.   

But what if this could all be replaced by mice, and maybe even debunk a Science paper by a Nobel Prize winner at the same time?