The map of the observable universe doesn’t just allow users to travel through space, it lets them look back to the dawn of the cosmos.
What Can You See on an Interactive Map of the Visible Universe?
By Robert Lea
Has the Winchcombe Meteorite Unlocked the Mystery of Earth’s Oceans?
By Skyla Baily
Regional Spotlight: Quantum Technology in India
By Joe Pickles
An Industrial Grade Quantum Sensor for Particle Analysis
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
Which Industries will Quantum Technology Impact Most?
The Relationship Between Quantum Science and Machine Learning
By Harvey Musgrave
Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator Center Upgrade Opens New Research Possibilities in Quantum Science
Astronomers Observe the Farthest Detection of a Black Hole Devouring a Star
Lancaster University Wins £1.3M Award for Quantum Turbulence Research
New Physics Research Platform with the Kagome Superconductor Study
Moving One Step Closer to Applying Quantum Chemical Calculations on a Quantum Computer
Quantum Leap for Heriot-Watt Research into Unhackable Communications Networks
Dr. Ashley King
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Ashley King about the Winchcombe meteorite that landed in Gloucestershire, England, in 2021. Now, new research has demonstrated how this carbonaceous chondrite meteorite is answering questions as to the origins of our oceans and life itself here on Earth.
Dr. Sabrina Maniscalco
AZoQuantum had the pleasure of speaking with Sabrina Maniscalco, CEO and co-founder of Algorithmiq, which is set to change the field of life sciences and drug discovery with its quantum software.
AZoQuantum spoke with Sascha Quanz, an exoplanetary scientist who will be leading the search for life beyond our planet as part of the new Centre for the Origin and Prevalence of Life at ETH Zurich.
LabOne Q is a new software framework that accelerates quantum computing progress on Zurich Instruments’ hardware. With LabOne Q, users can design complex quantum experiments with an intuitive, high-level programming language.
The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera provides high-quality and low-noise imaging for a variety of needs and uses. This makes it the perfect choice for imaging needs in the wider quantum industry.