Google Performs the Largest Chemical Simulation on a Quantum Computer Until Now

A team of scientists collaborating with Google's AI Quantum team and some other unspecified partners has carried out the largest chemical simulation on a quantum computer until now. In their paper issued by the journal Science, the team details their...

Researchers Make Progress in Building a Practical Quantum Computer

​In an unprecedented move, researchers have created a fully-connected 32-qubit trapped-ion quantum computer register to function at cryogenic temperatures. The new system is a crucial step toward building practical quantum computers. Jun-ki Kim from Duke University will reveal the new...

New Research Figures Out Peculiar Spin Transport in Quantum Spin Liquids

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) and Yokohama National University (YNU) have revealed the odd mechanism by which spin perturbations travel via an apparently unpassable area of a quantum spin liquid system. The new discovery may be another...

Researchers Managed to Reverse Time on a Quantum Scale

Numerous movies and theories about a time machine were made, but until now, science wasn't really up to confirm whether reversing time is possible or not. Now, a new experiment shows how much flexibility we need in terms of making...

Physicists Found a Way to Save Schrödinger’s Cat

The well-known cat-in-a-box theoretical experiment proposed by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger is an instance of one of the basic properties of quantum mechanics, namely the unpredictable mechanism of particles at the quantum level.   This makes working with quantum mechanics extremely...

New Technique Allows the Verification of Quantum Chips Computations

​A newly discovered technique establishes whether circuits are precisely performing intricate operations that regular computers cannot address. Scientists from MIT, Google, and other institutes have created a scheme that can check when quantum processors have precisely carried out intricate computations....

Quantum Teleportation Has Been Achieved With the Help of Quantum Entanglement

For the first time ever, specialists from the University of Bristol and the Technical University of Denmark have managed to quantum-teleportate data between two computer processors by using quantum entanglement. The discovery is incredibly important when considering the fact that...