Scientists propose an enhancement to the BabyIAXO axion detector, paving the way for an intensified search for elusive dark matter particles.

#### Taming computers’ energy consumption with a new “spin glass” material

A newly discovered material and its intriguing properties could pave the way for more efficient computing.

#### A new mathematical description for entangled systems

The math of multi-particle entangled systems is fiendishly complex, but researchers have made a step forward.

#### Breaking the quantum limit in gravitational wave detectors

Physicists working on LIGO have surpassed the quantum limit to enhance gravitational wave detectors and revolutionize astrophysical observations.

#### Revolutionizing quantum technologies with photons made from quantum dots

Harnessing quantum dots to produce low-energy single photons for applications in secure communications and quantum computing.

#### Machine learning’s quantum leap into superconductors and quantum computers

Machine learning unravels the secrets of the Gaudin model, paving the way for improved quantum technologies and a deeper understanding of quantum behavior.

#### Faster-than-light quasiparticles to power super-bright light sources

A team of international scientists has unveiled a solution to the age-old challenge of generating high-energy radiation.

#### White dwarfs could help find dark matter

Due to their incredible density, astronomers believe white dwarfs might make the perfect dark matter detectors.

#### The key to safer fusion? New designs that curb runaway electrons

Harnessing Alfvén waves, scientists take a step closer to clean and abundant energy by learning how to tame runaway electrons in fusion reactors.

#### Where is the boundary to the quantum world?

Exploring the interface between classical and quantum physics and where it breaks down to provide answers for some long-standing mysteries.