## Breaking the quantum limit in gravitational wave detectors

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

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Breaking the quantum limit in gravitational wave detectors

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Revolutionizing quantum technologies with photons made from quantum dots

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Quantum computers braided ‘anyons,’ long-sought quasiparticles with memory

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A paranoid experiment to test the future quantum internet

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Light amplification by stimulated emission from electrically driven colloidal quantum dots finally achieved

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Black holes resolve paradoxes by destroying quantum states

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New blueprint for more stable quantum computers

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Rethinking spin chemistry from a quantum perspective

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Physicists propose a new theory to explain one dimensional quantum liquids formation

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New state of matter in one-dimensional quantum gas — ScienceDaily

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

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

Anyons, anyone? Scientists have created strange new particle-like objects called non-abelian anyons. These long-sought quasiparticles...

Since quantum theory was first proposed over a century ago, it has swiftly gone from...

Optical and EL properties of ccg-QDs. Credit: Nature (2023). DOI: 10.1038/s41586-023-05855-6 In a result decades...

MINNEAPOLIS — Don’t try to do a quantum experiment near a black hole — its...

Manuel Grimm is a theoretical physicist at the Paul Scherrer Institute and works on the...

A quantum circuit that enables for the maximum probability of P(0) in the measurement of...

One dimensional quantum lattice liquids. Credit: I. Morera et al. Phys. Rev. Lett Liquids are...

As the story goes, the Greek mathematician and tinkerer Archimedes came across an invention while...