The Noise of Gravitons: ASU physicists win prestigious award for Gravity Research.

In their recent essay, “The Noise of Gravitons,” Associate Professor Maulik Parikh, Professor and Nobel Prize laureate Frank Wilczek and Postdoctoral Research Associate George Zahariade theorized that if gravitons exist, objects wouldn’t simply fall down under gravity, but would shake microscopically — producing a small jitter or noise. If this tiny noise could be detected, it could provide experimental evidence for the existence of gravitons.

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