Extreme research in ultra-cold atoms and the riddles of the universe
See the scientists' experiments with superconductors and atomic clocks. Follow the researchers to CERN in the search of answers to the riddles of the universe. What did the universe consist of in the first milliseconds after the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago?
Jesper Nygård: Nanoelectronics - from artificial atoms to the computers of the future
07 February 2014
As electronics keep getting smaller and smaller, what will happen when a transistor is the size of an atom? Will a computer chip still work? Will the strange laws of quantum physics impose limits on computers or...
Lene Oddershede: Nanoparticles in the fight against cancer
06 February 2014
Physics forms the basis for the most successful treatments for cancer - radiation, proton therapy, etc. The latest addition could be using nanoparticles to increase the effects of radiation.
Brian Møller Andersen: New superconducting superconductors
05 February 2014
Jan W. Thomsen: Ultra-precise Atomic clocks
04 February 2014
Atoms cooled to very low temperatures with laser light forms the basis for the most precise measurements ever made in science. The host is Jan W. Thomsen, Quantum physicist at the Niels Bohr Institute.
Science film: Universe Of Physics 1-4
05 March 2012
CERN - Power research in the mysteries of the Universe
07 February 2011
ATLAS, the world’s biggest physics experiment
29 July 2009
Superconductors at Atomic Level
29 July 2009
ESS Extreme materialresearch
28 July 2008
ATOMIC PHYSICS: The ALICE Detector - Part 2
02 January 2008
ATOMIC PHYSICS: The ALICE Detector - Part 1
01 January 2008