Charles H. Bennett, born in 1943, is a physicist, information theorist, and IBM Fellow at IBM Research. Bennett J, 2001, 'Material Encounters: Approaching the Trauma of Others Through the Visual Arts', in Charles Green (ed. Stunningly illustrated with photographs by Richard Crompton, the poems also feature in a short BBC film. Département IRO, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada and CIFAR, Toronto, Canada and Institute for Theoretical Studies, ETH Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland Charles Alpheus Bennett was born on a farm near Holden, Massachusetts on March 28, 1864, and died at his home in Peoria, Illinois on June 17, 1942, in his seventy-ninth year. Can closed timelike curves or nonlinear quantum mechanics improve quantum state discrimination or help solve hard problems? is a collection of poems which accompany a poetry trail commissioned by the Arts Council for the Dragon Orchard, Herefordshire. Bennett graduated from Croton-Harmon High School in 1960 and majored in chemistry at Brandeis University, graduating in 1964. Charles Bennett’s environmental sequence of poems set as a large scale choral cantata by composer Bob Chilcott and featured in the BBC Proms 2012. Mr. Bennett's forensic auditing work in the professional sports industry has been the subject of numerous articles published in major news publications including; USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Sports Business Journal and the Wall Street Journal. Vacancies in Hard Sphere Crystals, The Structure and Chemistry of Ferrocene. Mr. Bennett's forensic auditing work in the professional sports industry has been the subject of numerous articles published in major news publications including; USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Sports Business Journal and the Wall Street Journal. Charles Edwin Bennett (April 6, 1858 – May 2, 1921) was an American classical scholar and the Goldwin Smith Professor of Latin at Cornell University.He is best remembered for his book New Latin Grammar, first published in 1895 and still in print today. Mechanism of the Arylation Reaction, 1993 - nature.com, Nature Publishing Group, link is to the 1985 conference paper, published 1993 version was somewhat garbled. Banerjee, and C. Bennett, Theory of entanglement and entanglement-assisted communication, Postulates for measures of genuine multipartite correlations. 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