A research team led by a physicist at the University of California, Riverside, has demonstrated a new magnetized state in a monolayer of tungsten ditelluride, or WTe2, a new quantum material.
The issue of battery usage inefficiency in electric vehicles resulting from an inaccurate battery charge measurement may finally get resolved, thanks to a diamond quantum sensor prototype developed in the MEXT Q-LEAP Flagship project with researchers from Tokyo Tech and Yazaki Corporation.
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.
According to a recent study published in Nature Astronomy, an international team of researchers has discovered a small satellite galaxy of the Milky Way loaded with dark matter.
Materials, be magnets or superconductors, are known for their diverse qualities. Furthermore, under harsh environments, these qualities may change abruptly.
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.
To capture a direct image of a planet outside the solar system, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has been used by astronomers for the first time. Without any rocky surface and being habitable, the exoplanet is a gas giant.
The promise of quantum computing is a great thing. Quantum computing would provide the capacity to solve problems in days in fields like finance, mathematics, and biological systems, which are too complicated that it would take hundreds of years for a classical computer to calculate.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T), the largest historically black university and nationally recognized institution for excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, has joined the Brookhaven National Laboratory-led Co-design Center for Quantum Advantage (C2QA).
A member of two national quantum research collaborations, Choy is creating technologies to boost the performance of quantum sensors.
The protons and neutrons that build the nucleus of the atom frequently pair up. Now, a new high-precision experiment conducted at the U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility has found that these particles may pick different partners depending on how packed the nucleus is.
In order to effectively use a quantum computer, a larger number of specially prepared - in technical terms: entangled - basic building blocks are needed to carry out computational operations.
Zurich Instruments' new GHFLI and SHFLI bring the advantages of lock-in detection – noise rejection, phase sensitivity, frequency tracking and more – to the GHz range.
Dutch based quantum transduction startup QphoX and Finnish quantum computer manufacturer IQM Quantum Computers have announced a new collaboration to develop a next generation interface for scaling quantum computers.
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.