Yes, entanglement has gone mainstream (if it wasn't already) with an article in the 5/6/2009 Wall Street Journal on the subject: Science, Spirituality, and Some Mismatched Socks : Researchers Turn Up Evidence of 'Spooky' Quantum Behavior and Put It to Work in Encryption and Philosophy The article includes a quote from Nicolas Gisin, a reference to Einstein, and a not-so-accurate chart explaining how photons are entangled (leaving out the PDC crystal's role). Meanwhile, I thought I would post a link for those who are interested in recent articles in on EPR, Bell and/or entanglement. The link below yields anything with those keywords submitted in 2009 to Cornell's preprint archives. There were 356 such articles as of this morning. ArXiv Articles (Pre-print) with EPR, Bell or Entanglement in the Abstract or Title, 2009 This gives you a pretty good idea of the wide variety of work being done in this area. There were over a 1000 articles last year, so there is a lot out there! Please keep in mind that the preprints themselves are NOT peer-reviewed, although they are widely read - and occasionally commented on in the archives themselves.