Fostering warmth after the supercold: Nobel Laureate Wolfgang Ketterle talks up U.S.-German collaborations for innovation

More than a decade ago, Massachusetts Institute of Technology physicist Wolfgang Ketterle was honored with University of Colorado researchers Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman for work that led to the discovery of a new state of matter called the Bose-Einstein condensate. Together, they won the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics . Citing his success, Ketterle called for even greater scientific collaboration between disciplines, universities and countries during a brief lecture he gave Friday to mark the opening of the German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI) in New York City. [More]

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