Trade-off coding for quantum communication provides more benefits than previously thought
HP Labs find memristors can compute (w/ Video)
Researchers use quantum properties to create jammer-proof radar
Quantum entanglement with notification
(Phys.org) -- German scientists have demonstrated a method of heralding entanglement between distant stationary quantum systems without destroying this particular state. The experimental set-up paves the way ...
Frenchman, American win Nobel for quantum physics (Update 6)
A Frenchman and an American shared the Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for inventing methods to peer into the bizarre quantum world of ultra-tiny particles, work that could help in creating a new generation ...
Researchers change the color and shape of a single photon
(PhysOrg.com) -- A team of researchers from the CNST and ITL has simultaneously changed the color and shape of a single photon, the smallest unit of light.
Could silicon be ideal in quantum computing?
Are you certain, Mr. Heisenberg? New measurements deepen understanding of quantum uncertainty
Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle is arguably one of the most famous foundations of quantum physics. It says that not all properties of a quantum particle can be measured with unlimited accuracy. Until now, this has often ...
Quantum eavesdropper steals quantum keys
Using quantum smoothing for optical phase estimation
Kilogramme faces quantum diet after weight problem
The guardians of the world's most important standards of weights and measures have turned to the weird universe of quantum physics to try to resolve a dilemma.
Student creates world's largest quantum cluster
(Phys.org) —Australian National University PhD student Seiji Armstrong has made a quantum leap towards next-generation computing.
Searching for quantum physics in all the right places
An improved method for measuring quantum properties offers new insight into the unique characteristics of quantum systems.
Quantum engineers remove roadblock in developing next-generation technologies
(PhysOrg.com) -- An international team has removed a major obstacle to engineer quantum systems that will play a key role in the computers, communication networks, and even biomedical devices of the future.