A new theory claims to solve one of the biggest problems in modern physics, but not everyone is convinced.
What Iran's military called “the first product of the quantum processing algorithm” of the Naval university appears to be a stock development board.
Scientists have achieved a “temporal analogue” to the famous double-slit experiment that could lead to new optical technologies.
"Counterportation" through a wormhole "gives you the end goal of the object being reconstituted across space, but we can verify that nothing has passed."
“Our instincts of time and causation are our deepest, strongest instincts that physicists and philosophers—and humans—are loath to give up,” said one scientist.
The discovery by scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory could shed light on topics ranging from quantum computing to astrophysics.
The study proves quantum processors can be a key testbed in investigating mysterious cosmic phenomena, scientists say.
What happened immediately after the Big Bang? Scientists used Bose-Einstein condensate and sound waves to try and find an answer.
The quantum watch is "fully quantum mechanical in its nature" and "effectively has no sources of systematic error," scientists say.
Entangling two hyper-precise instruments at a distance will let scientists probe dark matter and space-time.
The achievement is a step toward a “Google Maps of the underground,” said the study’s lead author.
Scientists were able to measure time dilation at a distance of just a millimeter, about the width of a pencil tip.