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From art to science: how glassblowing is aiding construction of quantum sensors

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Adelaide artist Karen Cunningham couldn’t have known her glassblowing technique would form a whole new material, capable of building quantum sensors which can detect magnetic fields and aid in brain scans.

Angus Thomson spoke to RMIT School of Sciences Professor Brant Gibson about their research into this new material.  

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RMIT Professor Brant Gibson

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Angus Thomson

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