Posts filed under: Research

Getting Quantum-Ready for Ongoing Search for Life in Space

Zapata and the University of Hull developed new techniques to extrapolate meaningful data from noisy quantum devices and used it to calculate the ro-vibrational spectrum of hydrogen to obtain results...

Usually, a Defect in a Diamond Is a Bad Thing

Usually, a defect in a diamond is a bad thing... But for engineers, miniscule blips in a diamond’s otherwise stiff crystal structure are paving the way for ultrasensitive quantum sensors...

A Thin Device Triggers One of Quantum Mechanics’ Strangest and Most Useful Phenomena

Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories and Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light have reported on a device that could replace a roomful of equipment used to entangle photons....

Promise in Establishing Measurement of Entangled Photons Down Possibly as Short as the Zeptosecond

Researchers from Purdue University have proposed a novel, unconventional approach to generate a special light source made up of entangled photons....

Assembling a Toolbox to Construct New Devices With Customizable Properties, With Potentially Quantum Information Applications

Assembling a toolbox to construct new devices with customizable properties, with potentially quantum information applications....

Trough of Disillusionment as Practical Quantum Applications Remain Far From Reality

Baidu is the latest entrant in the quantum computing race, which has been ongoing for years among both big tech and startups....