Graphene and graphite producer Graphjet Technology Sdn. Bhd. (Graphjet) has announced a new partnership with UK headquartered Quantum Science Ltd. that will enhance both companies’ innovation pipelines.
Quantum Motion, a UK-based quantum computing start-up led by academics from UCL and Oxford University, has achieved a world-record measurement of quantum devices made on a silicon chip.
Massive neutron stars colliding in space are thought to be able to create precious metals such as gold and platinum. The properties of these stars are still an enigma, but the answer may lie beneath the skin of one of the smallest building blocks on Earth – an atomic nucleus of lead.
A Curtin-led research team has found asteroid impacts on the Moon millions of years ago coincided precisely with some of the largest meteorite impacts on Earth, such as the one that wiped out the dinosaurs.
Astronauts’ lives are at risk and satellite electronics are destroyed when high-energy particles bombard the earth and objects outside the earth’s atmosphere at unpredictable periods.
Brightness, size, and color alter as nuclear fusion in a star’s core advances. These qualities provide astronomers with crucial details about a star’s age and mass. Together with collaborators from the USA and Italy, astronomers at Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany, have now successfully detected and dated such a color change in a brilliant star.
Japanese and American physicists utilized atoms 3 billion times colder than interstellar space to build a portal to a hitherto unknown domain of quantum magnetism.
Donald Salisbury from Austin College in Sherman, USA, describes how Peter Bergmann and Arthur Komar initially suggested employing Hamilton-Jacobi methods to achieve the objective of realizing a quantum gravity in a recent essay published in EPJ Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Physics.
Studying a high-energy neutrino that was thought to have an extragalactic origin and was discovered by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole has revealed some fascinating “new physics” that deviates from the standard model.
Researchers from ETH Zurich discover the first definitive proof that the Moon inherited indigenous noble gases from the Earth’s mantle. The discovery represents a significant piece of the puzzle towards understanding how the Moon and, potentially, the Earth and other celestial bodies were formed.