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.
Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity
By Meet A. Moradiya
Exploring Quantum Thermodynamics
By Liam Critchley
Overcoming the Challenges of Scientific Instrumentation for Quantum Computing Research
By Mychealla Rice
Preventing the Escape of Quantum Information from the Qubit
Telescope Maps Cosmic Rays in Large and Small Magellanic Clouds
Scientists Find out New Information on the Shape of Coronal Mass Ejections
Quantum Weirdness in 'Chicken or Egg' Paradox
Studying the Past Could Help Determine Future Space Weather
Early Meteorites Reveal Makeup of Solar System 4.5 Billion Years Ago
The IRTracer-100 FTIR Spectrophotometer from Shimadzu has an improved interferometer and detector design. It offers superior sensitivity with a 60,000:1 S/N ratio
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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