Emergence of classicality states that a quantum description of a large object must be the same as its classical description, but this isn’t always so…
Scientists investigate the synergy of entanglement and curved spacetime in advancing quantum radar technology for precise distance measurement.
What if quantum computing could be simulated using hardware that isn’t so finicky?
The mysterious phenomenon that Einstein once described as “spooky action at a distance” was seen as a wavefunction between two entangled photons.
A new type of superconductor may just be what physicists have been searching for over the past 40 years.
Quantum key distribution is the only way to ensure an absolutely secured connection protected by the laws of quantum physics.
Vital to the fusion process and used in a wealth of technological applications, new research shows quantum tunneling is still delivering surprises.
New research reveals that quantum effects defy the universality of free fall, providing a potential experimental pathway to test quantum gravity.
The composition of dark matter remains a mystery, but a new theory involving quantum tunneling may have eliminated some candidates.
A study explores how the behavior of electrons changes on the mesoscale under magnetic fields and rotation.