The mysterious phenomenon that Einstein once described as “spooky action at a distance” was seen as a wavefunction between two entangled photons.

#### New superconductor could lead to quantum computing breakthrough

A new type of superconductor may just be what physicists have been searching for over the past 40 years.

#### Unbreakable communications using the power of quantum cryptography

Quantum key distribution is the only way to ensure an absolutely secured connection protected by the laws of quantum physics.

#### A deeper look at quantum tunneling lays the groundwork for new discoveries

Vital to the fusion process and used in a wealth of technological applications, new research shows quantum tunneling is still delivering surprises.

#### Atoms vs apples: How quantum effects challenge gravity’s rules

New research reveals that quantum effects defy the universality of free fall, providing a potential experimental pathway to test quantum gravity.

#### Quantum tunneling may have ruled out a popular theory of dark matter

The composition of dark matter remains a mystery, but a new theory involving quantum tunneling may have eliminated some candidates.

#### How does rotation affect the quantum properties of electrons?

A study explores how the behavior of electrons changes on the mesoscale under magnetic fields and rotation.

#### Entangling particles helps improve the accuracy of quantum measurements

Using 19 different quantum computers, scientists demonstrate how entangled particles break limitations in accuracy on the sub-atomic scale.

#### Studying quantum aspects of gravity with entanglement

What would it mean for two particles to become gravitationally entangled?

#### Building ultra-precise clocks thanks to quantum entanglement

Scientists use quantum entanglement to compare two atomic clocks achieving what might be the ultimate precision possible.