Scientists harnessed quantum entanglement and time reversal in a crystal that could solve one of the universe's biggest mysteries.
What if the universe is a giant alien chatroom, and we just can't understand it?
“The difference between having a sensor only a millimeter away... from the conventional superconducting sensors that are centimetres away, is gigantic."
In the latest advance towards a quantum internet, scientists entangled "memories" located in separate labs.
Scientists have measured the smallest gravitational field yet, which has big implications for future research into dark matter, quantum gravity, and the possibility of extra dimensions.
In a breakthrough, eerie oscillations from this bizarre new phase of matter was filmed by a special microscope.
Classical Earth observations are reaching their limit, so scientists are probing fundamental physics in space to understand our planet's complexity.
The breakthrough, made by researchers at Caltech, Fermilab and NASA, among others, is a step towards a practical quantum internet.
In an incredible example of cosmic scales meeting the tiniest possible realm, scientists found that radiation including cosmic rays causes superconducting qubits to slip into disarray.
In a new paper, scientists from Los Alamos National Laboratory show that time can be reversed in a quantum system to recover scrambled information without it spiraling into chaos. Wait, uh, what?
New research has exploded the space of problems that quantum computers can efficiently verify, simultaneously knocking down milestone problems in quantum physics and math.
Scientists are racing to confirm the detection of black hole "echoes" that could unlock exotic new branches of physics and deepen our understanding of the fabric of reality.