A team of scientists have developed a new imaging technique for observing hydrodynamic electron flow in three-dimensional materials that is shifting the long-held assumptions of this activity.
Investigating the “Double Magic” Mysteries of Tin-100 Nuclei
By Robert Lea
The Investigation of Dark Matter with The Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory
By Joan Nugent
How do Hydrodynamic Electrons Flow in 3D Materials?
By Sarah Moore
Trapped-Ion Qubit Control to Improve Quantum Computing
What Space Habitation’s Closed-Loop Technologies Can Teach Us about Sustainability
By Cvetelin Vasilev
Quantum Computing: Reducing the Need for Natural Gas to Produce Sustainable Fertilizers
Study Identifies Warped Disk Around a Black Hole in the Milky Way
ESS Initiates Beam Commissioning in First Part of the Accelerator
New Method to Probe Anyons Property Could be Useful in Future Quantum Computers
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Study Verifies Distinctive Response of a Quantum Material to Circularly Polarized Laser Light
Electron Density in Appel's Salt Crystals Explored by Researchers
AZoQuantum speaks with Professor Elisabetta Barberio from the School of Physics at The University of Melbourne. Professor Barberio is also the director of the Australian Research Council’s Center of Excellence for Dark Matter Particle Physics.
Dr. Sunny Vagnozzi
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Sunny Vagnozzi, a researcher at the University of Cambridge, about his work relating to the direct detection of dark energy.
Dr. Cathy Olkin
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Cathy Olkin, Deputy Principal Investigator (DPI) of NASA's Lucy mission. Lucy is scheduled to launch no earlier than 5:34 a.m. (EDT) on Saturday 16th October.
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.
Zurich Instruments’ SHFSG is a signal generator designed specifically for superconducting and spin qubits. Capable of outputting signals up to 8.5 GHz without mixer calibration, it also provides a low-noise signal in a bandwidth range of 1 GHz.