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  • Probably coined by the Nobelist Frank Wilczek in one of his articles published in 2006 on 《Physics World》, an internet version can be seen here. Certainly this follows electronics and its more recent derivatives like photonics and even phononics. Although the formation is a bit like cliche, this is really a cool idea to physicists at first sight~

    April 30, 2009

  • Here's an instance from 1993.

    May 1, 2009