Quantum

Breakthrough on Blinking Molecules Phenomena

Breakthrough on Blinking Molecules Phenomena

Physicists from the University of Notre Dame discovered new evidence that might lead to a breakthrough in quantum physics. Their experiments dealt with a phenomenon called “blinking molecules”, which was considered one of quantum physics’ mysteries.   Boldizsár Jankó, Pavel ...

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Cold Atoms Image Microwave Fields

Cold Atoms Image Microwave Fields

An international team of scientists has recently developed a novel technique that allows direct and complete imaging of microwave magnetic fields with high spatial resolution. The new method has great implications, since it could optimize the performance of electronic devices. ...

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Print Your Own Lasers

Print Your Own Lasers

Researchers from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and the University of Padua, Italy, have recently presented a development that offers futuristic printing technology. The new development is based on lasers instead of conventional ink, and it could provide users faster ...

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One More Step on the Path to Quantum Computers

One More Step on the Path to Quantum Computers

A team of physicists from the Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany has recently published an article describing an extremely strong interaction between light and matter. Their study brings quantum computers a step closer to realization, since quantum physics relies heavily upon ...

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‘Quantum Computer’ a Stage Closer

‘Quantum Computer’ a Stage Closer

An international team of researchers accomplished the creation of a cheap, practical implementation from a complex quantum theory, which might serve as a semiconductor in future quantum computers. Such computers could solve problems that traditional computers cannot solve, thus leading ...

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Blackbody Improves Stereophonic Sound

Blackbody Improves Stereophonic Sound

Louis Motek, an audio designer, has recently presented an innovative device, the LessLoss Blackbody, which enhances audio playback by addressing the interaction of audio gears’ circuitry with ambient electromagnetic phenomena. The result, according to the manufacturer, would be high quality, ...

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New Quantum Lasers Emit More Light than Heat

Researchers from Northwestern University have recently announced the development of compact, mid-infrared laser diodes that generate more light than heat. This technology is a breakthrough in quantum cascade laser efficiency, since it could help scientists to utilize this technology in ...

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Random Walk in Quantum Physics

Random Walk in Quantum Physics

Researchers at the University of Bonn have used caesium to demonstrate the unusual effects of quantum particles. Using the example of tossing a coin, the outcome can either be heads or tails. However, an atomic ‘coin’ can exhibit a superposition ...

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Lasers Lengthen Quantum Bit Memory

Lasers Lengthen Quantum Bit Memory

Scientists from the University of Michigan have discovered a new feedback reaction that has the capability to stabilise the magnetic field of a quantum dot. Using lasers, the team lengthened the stable existence of a quantum bit to more than ...

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Quantum Cat’s ‘Whiskers’

Researchers from Oxford University have turned the tables on the degrading receptiveness of quantum entangled systems. Conventional quantum sensors suffer from interference from their environment, but this novel version harnesses this sensitivity to measure incredibly weak magnetic fields. This new ...

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