This Physicist Turned Time Crystals From a Theoretical Oddity to an Odd Reality
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.
New Analysis Suggests That Commercial Quantum Computers Are Kinda Slow
D-Wave's quantum annealers face a fundamental limitation when it comes to scaling: temperature.
Rare-Earth Nanocrystals May Be a Key Component of Building the Quantum Internet
Caltech physicists offer a crucial new technology in quantum computing.
Doped Diamonds Push Practical Quantum Computing Closer to Reality
Good old silicon saves the day.
IBM Just Made a 17 Qubit Quantum Processor, Its Most Powerful One Yet
IBM, Google and others are racing to achieve quantum supremacy.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
Canada Budget 2017
Canada Is Investing $2 Billion in a Climate Disaster Mitigation Fund
In its new federal budget, Canada invests in machine learning and teaching kids to code, but offers no real plan for how to address workplace automation.
Jordan Pearson and Bryson Masse
OK, WTF Is a Time Crystal?
Physicists have made a new phase of matter called a time crystal—but what does that even mean?
Researchers Accurately Predicted the Future of a Quantum System
In a big step forward for quantum applications, big data could be used to fix quantum systems before they break.
Quantum Leap: Researchers Send Information Using a Single Particle of Light
This could pave the way for quantum computer circuits where electron qubits exchange information via photons.
New Microwave Device Produces Single, Tunable Photons
Good news for quantum computing from physicists at the National Physical Laboratory.
Conspiracy of the Day: Your Memories of Pop Culture Are Fake and Created by Satanic Scientists
Changes to movie quotes, book titles, brand logos, and song lyrics are an entry point for believers of the Mandela Effect.
Quantum Computing Just Grew Way the Hell Up
Researchers implement a key piece of Shor's algorithm in a programmable quantum computer.