Posts tagged with: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and Quantum Information, Both Under the Microscope

A football is not a quantum particle. There are crucial differences between the things we know from everyday life and tiny quantum objects. Quantum phenomena are usually very fragile. To...

Rice University’s RAMBO, Spintronics Research May Advance Quantum Memory

Odd angles make for strong spin-spin coupling Rice physicists’ RAMBO reveals magnetic phenomenon useful for quantum simulation and sensing Sometimes things are a little out of whack, and it turns out...

Aalto University Researchers Observe Long-Lived, Macroscopic Quantum Entanglement

Evading the uncertainty principle in quantum physics In quantum mechanics, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle dictates that the position and speed of an object cannot both fully be known precisely at...

University of Copenhagen Researchers Strategize Entanglement Generation

The experimental demonstration of entanglement between mechanical and spin systems Read More… +  “About a decade ago, we proposed a way to generate entanglement between a mechanical oscillator and a...

Nature Does Play Dice.  Or Doesn’t She?

Nature Does Play Dice.  Or Doesn’t She? Interesting opinion piece out of Scientific American. Don’t have to agree or disagree, but the work pulls in quantum mechanics principles, COVID-19, and...

Does Quantum Computing Have a Big But?

Does Quantum Computing Have a Big But? Yes, it does. Now understand, quantum computing’s big but is not a big butt. However, the problem ‘it’ has could be influenced more...
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