New work on quantum entanglement could "improve the performance of any application that requires a network of sensors," researchers report.
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A new method could pave the way for shrinking particle accelerators from the length of Rhode Island to the length of a dining room table.
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Like a train that always goes right at a switch in the tracks, electrons always go one way in photosynthesis. Now researchers have flipped the direction.
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Cooper pairs, electron duos that enable superconductivity, can also conduct electricity as normal metals do, researchers report.
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Scientists have been curious about how bacteria that survive on electricity actually make the process happen. Now we know.
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Manipulating the state of electrons could get scientists a step closer to fully functional quantum computers.
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A new way to direct electrons and their quantum waves with a "traffic light" could pave the way for quantum computers, applications in medicine, and more.
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Using X-ray pulses, researchers have been able to see molecular motion in real-time, something that was once impossible.
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A new testing ground for quantum systems could offer insights into spintronics, which could revolutionize computing.
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