Quantum correlations make you never fail a test again
Micro-macro entangled 'cat states' could one day test quantum gravity
A cure for clashing qubits: Researchers successfully entangle different-color photons
Spinning ring on a table found to behave more like a boomerang than a coin
Study offers explanation for earthquakes setting off distant quakes
Researchers create computer model that simulates anesthesia's impact on brain
New model predicts the force required to tie simple knots
Got rope? Then try this experiment: Cross both ends, left over right, then bring the left end under and out, as if tying a pair of shoelaces. If you repeat this sequence, you get what's called a "granny" knot. If, instead, ...
The first two-way, 2-D, ultra-high mobility Si (111) transistor
The two-dimensional physical properties of semiconductor materials depend keenly on a number of factors, such as material purity, surface orientation, flatness, surface reconstruction, charge carrier polarity, and temperature. ...
Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model
The Standard Model of particle physics, which explains most of the known behaviors and interactions of fundamental subatomic particles, has held up remarkably well over several decades. This far-reaching theory does have ...