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JQI Podcast Episode 9

That's really tiny: Story of a photon

(Image from Wikimedia Commons, CC Share Alike 3.0 license, author Alvesgasper.) Listen to the podcast to find out how the energy of a falling mosquito compares to the energy of a single photon. 

Can you see a single photon? Does it weigh anything? Emily Edwards talks to Alan Migdall, an expert on single photon technology. Part 2 of three installments on photons. 

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