Gerald Gabrielse of Harvard University (shown) and colleagues are looking for signs of an electron's electric dipole moment in molecules of thorium monoxide. The signal would be incredibly small and so requires very sensitive instruments.
Credit: Kris Snibbe/Harvard Univ.
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