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The recent discovery of time crystals, the first examples of a new phase of matter, may prove to be a fundamental discovery in physics with possible applications in clocks and quantum computers, theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek told Radio Sputnik.

Denmark, which is regarded as one of the world's leading producers of wind energy, is together with Germany and the Netherlands cooking up an ambitious plan of building an artificial island in the North Sea and turn it into an enormous wind farm, capable of providing millions of Europeans with green energy.

Moscow would like to strengthen teamwork with Washington in tackling global problems, Russia's deputy foreign minister told Sputnik.