Initially emerging as a luminous blob through ground-based telescopes, this enigmatic entity vanished entirely in Hubble Space Telescope images. However, it has recently resurfaced as a faint yet discernible galaxy in a capture from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).
Today we can see inside seemingly impossible places-;nuclear reactors, volcanoes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza-;thanks to muon imaging.
Tunneling magneto resistance sensors are rapidly disrupting the automotive and wearables industry.
Industry demand for integrated photonics has historically been driven by the need for higher-performance networking, especially in telecom and datacenter applications.
Microscopic alterations inside the body’s cells initiate the development of cancers; ion diffusion at the smallest dimensions plays a critical role in battery performance.
Exciton polaritons constitute a unique prototype for studying many-body physics and quantum photonic phenomena traditionally in cryogenic conditions.
The Rabi oscillation has been proven to be one of the cornerstones of quantum mechanics, triggering substantial investigations in different disciplines including atomic and molecular physics, acoustics, and optics.
Researchers at the IBS Center for Quantum Nanoscience (QNS) at Ewha Womans University have accomplished a groundbreaking step forward in quantum information science. In partnership with teams from Japan, Spain, and the US, they created a novel electron-spin qubit platform, assembled atom-by-atom on a surface.
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have established a novel approach to harness quantum light for observing quantum sound.
Optical resonators are used in everything from familiar laser pointers to cutting-edge photonic quantum computers. But they all suffer from losses that degrade their performance. Researchers at Aalto University have now developed a way to prevent those losses, boosting the resonators' performance.