Algorithms that have changed daily life move into the lab
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A 2-µm-thick film helped produce the ultrareflective mirrors needed to confirm Einstein’s century-old prediction
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Injured researcher Thea Ekins-Coward and her spouse allege negligence and emotional distress
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Scientists are teasing out which emissions contribute most and the chemical reactions that create smog filled with particulates
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