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A 15-user Quantum Secure Direct Communication Network

Quantum secure direct communication (QSDC) based on entanglement can directly transmit confidential information. Scientist in China explored a QSDC network based on time-energy entanglement and sum-frequency generation. The results show that when...
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Mxene-gan Van Der Waals Metal-semiconductor Junctions For High Performance Photodetection

High levels of dark current and noise have ailed metal-semiconductor-metal (MSM) photodetectors for years. Recently, scientists in China demonstrated that by replacing conventional metals with MXene, the dark current and noise of MSM multiple...
Related topics: Semiconductors, Physics

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Can We See Quantum Correlations At The Macroscopic Scale?

One of the most fundamental features of quantum physics is Bell nonlocality: the fact that the predictions of quantum mechanics cannot be explained by any local (classical) theory. This has remarkable conceptual consequences and far-reaching...
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Switching On A Superfluid

We can learn a lot by studying microscopic and macroscopic changes in a material as it crosses from one phase to another, for example from ice to water to steam. A new study examines systems transitioning from 'normal' fluid to a quantum state known...
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Infosys (infy), Amazon Tie Up To Explore Quantum Computing

Infosys INFY recently announced a strategic collaboration with the leading cloud infrastructure-as-a-service provider, Amazon’s AMZN Amazon Web Services (“AWS”), to develop quantum computing capabilities for its enterprise...
Related topics: Amazon, Physics

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A New Way To Control Qubits

A research team that includes two UO physicists have outlined new techniques for controlling the building blocks of quantum computing, a potentially significant step toward making such computers more accurate and useful.
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Quantum Cryptography Records With Higher-dimensional Photons

A new and much faster quantum cryptography protocol has been developed: Usually, quantum cryptography is done with photons that can be in two different states. Using eight different states, cryptographic keys can be generated much faster and with...
Related topics: Physics, Cryptography

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Electrons On The Edge: The Story Of An Intrinsic Magnetic Topological Insulator

An intrinsic magnetic topological insulator MnBi2Te4 has been discovered with a large band gap, making it a promising material platform for fabricating ultra-low-energy electronics and observing exotic quantum phenomena.
Related topics: Electrons, Scientific Discoveries, Physics

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Engineering Researchers Develop New Explanation For Formation Of Vortices In 2d Superfluid

Researchers at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory have new insight about the formation of vortices in a type of quantum fluid, work that could help our comprehension of the physics mystery of how...
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A Lego® Version Of The Very Large Telescope. It Even Has A Laser Interferometer

Interferometers are some of the most highly advanced sensor instruments that humans have made.  They are used in everything from astronomy to quantum mechanics and have profoundly impacted our understanding of science.  But not all interferometers...
Related topics: Telescopes, Space, Laser, Physics

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Is There A Thing, Or A Relationship Between Things, At The Bottom Of Things?

Quantum mechanics inspires us to speculate that interactions between entities, not entities in themselves, are fundamental to reality -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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One Year In, Q-next Quantum Research Center Is Going Strong

The article summarizes Q-NEXT's first year of activities, including scientific research, infrastructure building, and workforce development.
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Just By Changing Its Shape, Scientists Show They Can Alter Material Properties

Scientists have observed that when the shape of a thin film of metal oxide known as titania is confined at the mesoscale, its conductivity increases. This finding demonstrates that nanoscale confinement is a way to control quantum effects.
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Light Does The Twist For Quantum Computing

Scientists have generated circularly polarized light and controlled its direction without using clunky magnets or very low temperatures. The findings show promise for the development of materials and device methods that can be used in optical...
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Accenture (acn) And Ionq Join Forces For Quantum Computing

Accenture plc ACN announced its collaboration with quantum computing company, IonQ, yesterday, aimed at steering quantum commuting in its client organizations and industries on a global scale.IonQ’s 11-qubit system is the only quantum computer...
Related topics: Physics, Qubits

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The Quantum Technology Industry Is Creating Entirely New Jobs

If you are a quantum algorithm developer or an error correction scientist, the emerging quantum industry is hiring.
Related topics: Physics, Algorithms

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Triangular Honeycombs: Physicists Design Novel Quantum Material

Smartphones, notebooks and other electronic devices of our everyday life strongly benefit from the ever-increasing miniaturization of semiconductor devices. This development comes however at a price: confining electrons enhances their scattering–...
Related topics: Physics, Semiconductors, Electrons

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Can Governments Shut Down Bitcoin With Quantum Computers?

Most governments like Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) as much as we like walking with rocks in our shoes. Recent ransomware attacks, where hackers targeted vulnerable infrastructure such as gas pipelines and demanded ransom in the form of Bitcoin, add yet...
Related topics: Bitcoin, Hackers, Computer Security

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Unique Physical Effect Demonstrated In Russian Lab

An international team of scientists led by experts from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (NRNU MEPhI) were the first to demonstrate the recently predicted quantum electrodynamics effect. According to the authors, the results could...
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A Gem Of A Lab Will Design Next-generation Diamond Sensors, Bringing The World Of Quantum Physics...

A quantum diamond sensor that can produce magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of single molecules will be developed by a collaborative venture led by PPPL.
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