Research team, led by academician GUO Guangcan from University of Science and Technology of China of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, collaborating with researchers from Sun Yat-sen University and Zhejiang University, realized two-photon quantum interference in the structure of valley-dependent topological insulators based on the valley Hall effect.
The first case of a new kind of supernova was recently observed by an international team of astronomers.
For the first time, astronomers have quantified the movements of an extraordinary cosmic structure using the Chandra X-ray Observatory of NASA.
The first high-resolution image of an expanding bubble of ionized gas and hot plasma where stars are born has been made by scientists from the University of Maryland.
The detection of primordial black holes offers a whole new perspective to interpret the origin of the Universe because these prevailing hypothetical black holes are assumed to have formed merely a few small fractions of a second after the Big Bang.
A new platform has been designed and tested by researchers from the National University of Science and Technology Misis (NUST MISIS) and MIPT to obtain the ultra-strong photon-to-magnon coupling.
A commonly studied perovskite can superfluoresce at temperatures that are practical to achieve and at timescales long enough to make it potentially useful in quantum computing applications.
Although quantum technology has proven valuable for highly precise timekeeping, making these technologies practical for use in a variety of environments is still a key challenge
Young massive stars located in galaxies control the triggering of star formation as well as its quenching. These massive stars inject momentum and energy into the interstellar medium.
Light-driven molecular motors have been in existence for more than two decades, and they usually take a microsecond to nanoseconds for a single revolution.