Tiny satellites could be the key to a global quantum internet network. That could mean internet from space on Earth, and communication between spacecraft.
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Quantum teleportation is an key way to transmit info in quantum computing. In a new step forward, researchers say it may be possible between electrons.
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Scientists think quantum coherence may play a role in photosynthesis. A new study shows it can offer a roadmap to better solar cells.
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Sharing intelligence features between hardware and software would offset the energy demands of using artificial intelligence in more advanced applications.
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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 study suggests a new approach to the search for the graviton: investigating gravity at the quantum level.
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Upending a basic tenet of classical physics, researchers have found that heat energy can travel through a vacuum thanks to invisible quantum fluctuations.
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The melting point of metals usually goes up under pressure, but it may actually go down with about 300,000 times the pressure of Earth's atmosphere.
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A new "quantum microphone," the most sensitive in the world, is so precise it can measure single particles of sound, called phonons.
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A new method of controlling quantum properties with light could help scientists "create crazy-fast quantum computers by nudging supercurrents."
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