Moore Foundation to give $90 million toward study of condensed-matter physics

07/31/2013 | ScienceMag.org

The Moore Foundation will give $90 million in grants over five years toward the study of condensed-matter physics. "In condensed-matter physics, quantum materials -- the materials and engineered structures in which interactions between the constituent particles show strong quantum-mechanical effects -- present largely uncharted ground for study and immense opportunity for discovery," said Cyndi Atherton, program director for the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

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