Physicists at Harvard and MIT universities have managed to create the world’s largest quantum simulator. Using a new laser technique to manipulate atoms, a system has been created that brings super speed quantum computing a step closer to reality.
Griffith University researchers have overcome a significant difficulty in implementing a strange quantum effect for real applications.
Researchers exhibited a method to observe physical phenomena hypothesized to be present in higher dimensional systems, in equivalent real-world experiments.
In a survey for small, faint objects in the Orion Nebula, astronomers discovered the largest known population of brown dwarfs scattered among newborn stars.
Two-dimensional experimental set-up developed, enabling analysis of materials' physical characteristics.
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Astrophysicists Locate Last Reservoir of Ordinary Matter Hidden in the Universe
Physicists Decode the Origin of High-Energy Particle Track Captured by IceCube Detector
Observing New Exoplanets by Tracing their Molecular Composition
DOE to Deploy Arm-Based Supercomputer Prototype at Sandia National Laboratories
Neutrons Used to Look Closely at Record Boost in Thermoelectric Efficiency
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Electro-optic modulators (EOMs) are an easy to use and efficient tool to externally modify the phase, frequency, polarization or amplitude of a free-space laser. In contrast to acousto-optic modulators the spatial mode of the laser beam remains unaltered.
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