Carl Wieman
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"Carl Edwin Wieman" is an United States/American physicist and educationist at Stanford University and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics at the University of Colorado Boulder/University of Colorado for the production, in 1995 with Eric Allin Cornell and Wolfgang Ketterle, of the first true Bose–Einstein condensate.

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The way it is presented, there's this level of abstraction that is put in there unnecessarily.

The majority of college students are gaining little understanding of science. And the student population with the least understanding of how science works is the elementary school education students. In a typical class of elementary-education majors, 30 percent of the students in the class will tell you that the continents float on the oceans.