Latest Quantum entanglement Stories
Scientists have moved a step closer to creating quantum computers by generating 10 billion bits of quantum entanglement in silicon for the first time.
Researchers have uncovered a fundamental link between the two defining properties of quantum physics.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have demonstrated quantum entanglement for a quantum state stored in four spatially distinct atomic memories.
Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have succeeded in storing quantum information using two 'entangled' light beams.
When the military needs to send the key to encrypted data across the world, it can't necessarily rely on today's communication lines, where the message could be covertly intercepted.
Entanglement is a fascinating property connecting quantum systems.
A quantum particle is hard to grasp, because one cannot determine all its properties precisely at the same time.
Recently, academic debate has been swirling around the existence of unusual quantum mechanical effects in the most ubiquitous of phenomena, including photosynthesis, the process by which organisms convert light into chemical energy.
For most people, frustration is a condition to be avoided - but for scientists studying certain "frustrated" ensembles of interacting components â€“ that is, those which cannot settle into a state that minimizes each interaction â€“ it may be the key to understanding a host of puzzling phenomena that affect systems from neural networks and social structures to protein folding and magnetism.
Researchers have devised a new kind of random number generator, for encrypted communications and other uses, that is cryptographically secure, inherently private and â€“ most importantly â€“ certified random by laws of physics.