Latest Quantum Stories
Entanglement, by general consensus of physicists, is the weirdest part of quantum science.
A team led by the Austrian physicist Anton Zeilinger has now carried out an experiment with photons, in which they have closed an important loophole.
Not only do optical fibers transmit information every day around the world at the speed of light, but they can also be harnessed for the transport of quantum information.
Toshiba and Cambridge University have been working together to find a cheaper and more efficient way to protect networks from criminal thievery and spying.
A research team led by the University of Vienna has developed a new method for entangling single photons that gyrate in opposite directions.
Classical and Quantum Gravity is a peer-reviewed journal published by IOP Science. As of May 2012, the editor-in-chief is Clifford M Will (Washington University, St. Louis). The journal covers all aspects of gravitational physics and the theory of space-time. It scope includes: Classical general relativity, Applications of relativity, Experimental gravitation, Cosmology and the early universe, Quantum gravity, Supergravity, superstrings and supersymmetry, and Mathematical physics relevant...
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