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Within the Kingdom of Lights
The Kastler-Brossel Laboratory is a ‘factory’ for Nobel Laureates, with more than its fair share of physicists well known for monumental discoveries. Following in the footsteps of Alfred Kastler, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji and Serge Haroche, awarded the Nobel Prize respectively in 1966, 1997 and 2012, young researchers at this institution are paving the way for new experimental methods to push the boundaries of physics.
The Kastler-Brossel Laboratory is a unit of the CNRS/ENS/Université Pierre et Marie Curie/Collège de France.