Novel Phenomenon in Quantum Physics Emerges

The search for new states of matter is currently ongoing, and possibly new methods of encoding, manipulating, and transporting information are also expected to find soon. One goal is to harness materials' quantum properties for communications that do much more...

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...

The Butterfly Effect Disproved in Quantum Time Travel

The butterfly effect is one of the most important elements that form the chaos theory. Now, a team of researchers has proven that, in quantum realm, there is no 'butterfly effect' by using a quantum computer to mimic time travel. In the study,...

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...

Researchers Detect Particles and Quantum Fingerprints Trapped in Warped Materials

Researchers have managed to find a way to trap interlayer excitons (IXs) and their quantum prints. The IXs are trapped by the engagement of two sheets of atoms composed of various transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), which are overlaid together with...
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Researchers Invent Quantum Radar, New Research Concluded

Scientists from IST Austria (Institute Of Science and Technology Austria) have unveiled their new creation: a novel radar prototype that makes of quantum entanglement as a way of detecting objects. Creating devices that successfully use quantum mechanics could have a...