Quantum measurement carries information even when the measurement outcome is unread
Most experiments that claim to show the quantum Zeno paradox fall short, study says
Uncertainty revisited: Novel tradeoffs in quantum measurement
Keeping it together: Protecting entanglement from decoherence and sudden death
Researchers describe the wavefunction of Schroedinger's cat
Schrödinger's cat highlights a long-standing dilemma in quantum mechanics: is the cat really alive and dead, or is the weirdness just in our head?
Sensitivity of precision measurements enhanced by the environment
All-optical quantum computation, step 1: A controlled-NOT photonic gate
Quantum measurement precision approaches Heisenberg limit
Are weak values quantum? Don't bet on it
(Phys.org) —New work asserts that a key technique used to probe quantum systems may not be so quantum after all, according to Perimeter postdoctoral researcher Joshua Combes and his colleague Christopher ...
Physicist disentangles 'Schrodinger's cat' debate
Physicist Art Hobson has offered a solution, within the framework of standard quantum physics, to the long-running debate about the nature of quantum measurement.
Getting around the 'uncertainty principle': Physicists make first direct measurements of polarization states of light
Researchers at the University of Rochester and the University of Ottawa have applied a recently developed technique to directly measure for the first time the polarization states of light. Their work both ...
'Listening' to black holes form with gravity waves
New technology that breaks the quantum measurement barrier has been developed to detect the gravity waves first predicted by Einstein in 1916.
A rock is a clock: Physicists use matter to measure time
What is the simplest, most fundamental clock? Physicist Holger Müller and his UC Berkeley colleagues have shown that a single atom is sufficient to measure time using its high-frequency matter wave. Conversely, ...
Scientists score one more victory over uncertainty in quantum physics measurements
(PhysOrg.com) -- Most people attempt to reduce the little uncertainties of life by carrying umbrellas on cloudy days, purchasing automobile insurance or hiring inspectors to evaluate homes they might consider ...