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.
A single nanoparticle spinning at a jaw-dropping 300 billion RPM could reveal the mysterious quantum forces at play in "empty" space.
'Spacetime foam' might just be the wildest thing in the known universe, and we're just starting to understand it.
An entirely new type of computer will change the way science is done, and could break traditional types of encryption.
Scientists have created a quantum logic clock more accurate than any clock ever made.
Some cosmologists have predicted the existence of “walls bounded by strings” in the aftermath of the Big Bang, and now a team of physicists have created these quantum structures on Earth for the first time.
Canada is investing $2.7 million to develop quantum radar technology.
Last year, scientists created a time crystal for the first time in a lab. It wouldn’t have been possible without the theories of Chetan Nayak.
Figuring out how to route information between two different types of quantum nodes has been a significant technical barrier to the quantum net.