Degenerate bose gases were first created in labs about twenty years ago. These gases now come in many varieties and their microscopic properties may be probed with a diverse range of experimental tools. Degenerate bose liquid , on the other hand, is available in any element the customer wants, but only if that element is helium, and even a century after it was first realized, microscopic experimental probes are relatively limited. Can we make our ultracold bose gases more liquid-like? On the way, can we learn some interesting things at the interface between few- and many-body physics?
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