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Embracing Failure

Embracing Failure

The epicenter of innovation, Silicon Valley, and the field of scientific research share an array of parallels. From brilliant minds like Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs, to having an enormous impact on our daily lives, by all measures, both scientific endeavors and Silicon Valley are often believed to be examples of great success.
But are they?

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Juzel Lloyd

QNS International Internship Experience

QNS offers an international internship program to people interested in the field of Quantum Nanoscience. This year’s program ran from June 27th until July 23rd and the course content covered topics ranging from the basics of quantum science to quantum computing, spin physics, techniques and more.

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Andreas Heinrich on Seoul Forum 2019

Brain Drain

This is a small interview with Andreas Heinrich about the problem of the leaving the best scientists in other countries.

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World’s Smallest MRI Performed on Single Atoms

World’s Smallest MRI Performed on Single Atoms

Magnetic Resonance Imaging enables to scan the magnetic field of single atoms with unprecedented resolution

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Andreas Heinrich on Seoul Forum 2019

Andreas Heinrich on the Vital Need for Public Communication at Seoul Forum 2019

“I strongly believe that it is the responsibility of leading scientists to communicate well with the general public. I believe that with enough thought and care, it is possible to explain even the most complex scientific concepts to an interested person who is willing to learn.”

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Andreas Heinrich at Seoul Forum 2019

Seoul Forum 2019

Yesterday (16.05.2019), in the 3rd Session dedicated to ‘Breaking down the wall-Creativity and Communication’ Andreas Heinrich had presented a talk about importance of fostering basic science.

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Quantum Nanoscientiests react to Marvel Science

Quantum Nanoscientists React to Marvel Science

While Marvel fans have waited a year to see Captain America, the scientific possibilities presented in the film are equally worthy of anticipation. From the real capabilities of nanotechnology to the validity of quantum reality, we asked three researchers at Ewha University Quantum Nanoscience Center to provide their expertise on some of the movie’s scientific elements.

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