Posts tagged with: entanglement

2022 Nobel Prize in Physics Goes to Research at the Heart of Quantum Entanglement

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics to Alain Aspect, John Clauser, and Anton Zeilinger “for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation...

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....

Study Expands the Toolbox of Quantum Technology

Researchers from Göttingen (Germany) and Lausanne (Switzerland) have successfully created electron-photon pairs in a controlled way in an electron microscope for the first time....

Recently Demonstrated: Quantum Entanglement Between Two Memory Devices Located 12.5 KM Apart in an Urban Environment

Researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China and Jinan Institute of Quantum Technology have recently demonstrated quantum entanglement between two memory devices located at 12.5 km apart...

Closing in on Breakeven Point in Quantum Error Correction

Quantinuum researchers have hit a significant milestone by entangling logical qubits in a fault-tolerant circuit using real-time quantum error correction....