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    • Core Social Cognition 

      Spelke, Elizabeth S.; Bernier, Emily Pantaleoni; Skerry, Amy (Oxford University Press, 2013)
      Research on human infants and young children has provided evidence for five systems of core knowledge: knowledge of objects and their motions; of agents and their goal-directed actions; of number and the operations of ...
    • Faster Quantum Chemistry Simulation on Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computers 

      Jones, N. Cody; Whitfield, James D.; McMahon, Peter L.; Yung, Man-Hong; Van Meter, Rodney; Aspuru-Guzik, Alan; Yamamoto, Yoshihisa (Institute of Physics, 2012)
      Quantum computers can in principle simulate quantum physics exponentially faster than their classical counterparts, but some technical hurdles remain. We propose methods which substantially improve the performance of a ...
    • Patterned Paper as a Template for the Delivery of Reactants in the Fabrication of Planar Materials 

      Bracher, Paul J.; Gupta, Malancha; Whitesides, George M. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010)
      This account reviews the use of templates, fabricated by patterning paper, for the delivery of aqueous solutions of reactants (predominantly, ions) in the preparation of structured, thin materials (e.g., films of ionotropic ...