Posts tagged with: Harvard University

First Fully Integrated High-Power Laser on a Lithium Niobate Chip, Paving the Way for Quantum Network Applications

Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) in collaboration with industry partners at Freedom Photonics and HyperLight Corporation, have developed the first fully integrated high-power laser on a lithium...

Physicists Demonstrate Exotic Superconductivity With Possible Implications for Quantum Computing

MIT physicists and colleagues have demonstrated an exotic form of superconductivity in a new material the team synthesized only about a year ago. Although predicted in the 1960s, until now...

Quantum Imaging, Quantum Work Force, Quantum Biology Research, all From U.S. Taxpayers’ $25M

As part of a nationwide initiative to boost research in quantum science, the National Science Foundation will establish a $25 million institute in Chicago to investigate quantum sensing for biology...

The Economist S&T: Physics Seeks the Future

Whatever the causes of these two results, they do show that there is something out there which established explanations cannot account for. Similarly unexplained anomalies were starting points for both...

Thanks Harvard: If True, High Temperature Superconductors, Come on In

Harvard scientists use trilayer graphene to observe more robust superconductivity In 2018, the physics world was set ablaze with the discovery that when an ultrathin layer of carbon, called graphene,...

Spinning Atoms Like Ballerinas in Pirouette? Well, More Like Magnetism at the Quantum Level

Ultracold atoms reveal a new type of quantum magnetic behavior Read More… +  In experiments with ultracold lithium atoms, the researchers observed different ways in which the spins of the...