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A better starting point for exploring entanglement  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Quantum entanglement is perhaps one of the most intriguing phenomena known to physics. It describes how the fates of multiple particles can become entwined, even when separated by vast distances. Importantly, the probability distributions... more
Observation of non-trivial superconductivity on surface of type II Weyl semimetal  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
Topological superconductors, with bulk superconducting gap and Majorana fermion states on the surface or edge, are one of the most sought after quantum materials. Topological superconductivity... more
Mysterious 'antihydrogen' particles reveal uncanny quantum effect  LIVE SCIENCE · 5 hours
The bubbling, raucous quantum vacuum distorts the shape of every hydrogen atom in the universe, and it distorts antimatter "antihydrogen" too. more
Psychiatry: Five clearly defined patterns  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 hours
Psychiatrists have used a computer-based approach to assign psychotic patients diagnosed as bipolar or schizophrenic to five different subgroups. The method could lead to better therapies for psychoses. more
Synthesizing a superatom: Opening doors to their use as substitutes for elemental atoms  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 hours
Scientists have demonstrated how superatoms of a desired valency, stability, and volume can be synthesized in a solution medium by altering the... more
New sandboxing approach in web browser increases security  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 hours
A powerful new approach to securing web browsers, using a tool called WebAssembly, is getting its first real-world application in the Firefox browser. Developed by a team of researchers, the approach shifts... more
Cooling of a trapped ion to the quantum regime  PHYS.ORG · 6 hours
Neutral atoms and charged ions can be cooled down to extremely low temperatures (i.e., to microkelvins, 1 millionth of a degree above absolute zero) using laser techniques. At these low... more
New study offers clues to origin of laws  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 hours
A new study found that despite living in separate countries and legal codes separated by thousands of years, people have a universal intuition about whether a punishment fits a crime. more
Researchers find new reason Arctic is warming so fast  PHYS.ORG · 6 hours
The Arctic has experienced the warming effects of global climate change faster than any other region on the planet. Scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography have developed a new... more
Best method to teach children augmented reality  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 hours
Researchers have identified the best approach to help children operate augmented reality (AR). According to computer science experts, a major barrier into wider adoption of the technology for experiential learning is based on AR... more
Team finds the best method to teach children augmented reality  PHYS.ORG · 11 hours
Researchers at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) identified the best approach to help children operate Augmented Reality (AR). According to UTSA computer science experts, a... more
Want to catch a photon? Start by silencing the sun  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
Researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology have created a 3-D imaging system that uses light's quantum properties to create images 40,000 times crisper than current technologies, paving the... more
Synthesizing a superatom  nanowerk · 14 hours
Scientists have demonstrated how superatoms of a desired valency, stability, and volume can be synthesized in a solution medium by altering the number of atoms in a cluster structure. This is an important step in realizing the practical application of... more
Defects add color to quantum systems  SCIENCE DAILY · 23 hours
Researchers are investigating light-emitting defects in materials that may someday form the basis of quantum-based technologies, such as quantum computers, quantum networks or engines that run on light. Once understood, these defects can become controllable features. more
Want to catch a photon? Start by silencing the sun  SCIENCE DAILY · 22 hours
Researchers have created a 3D imaging system that uses light's quantum properties to create images 40,000 times crisper than current technologies, paving the way for never-before seen LIDAR... more
Defects add color to quantum systems  nanowerk · 24 hours
Researchers are investigating light-emitting defects in materials that may someday form the basis of quantum-based technologies, such as quantum computers, quantum networks or engines that run on light. Once understood, these defects can become controllable features. more
Researchers shine light on the defects responsible for messy behavior in quantum materials  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
In a future built on quantum technologies, planes and spaceships could be fueled by the momentum of light. Quantum computers will crunch... more
Computer-based simulator tests insects for effects of new pesticide  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have used a novel combination of techniques to compare the effects of two families of pesticides used in agriculture, and found that at low dosages... more
Boost soybean yields by adapting photosynthesis to fleeting shadows, according to model  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Scientists report a new mathematical computer model that is used to understand how much yield is lost as soybean crops grapple with minute-by-minute light... more
Boost soybean yields by adapting photosynthesis to fleeting shadows, according to model  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Komorebi is a Japanese word that describes how light filters through leaves—creating shifting, dappled "sunflecks" that illustrate plants' ever-changing light environment. Crops harness light... more
Team discovers new way to control the phase of light using 2-D materials  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Optical manipulation on the nano-scale, or nanophotonics, has become a critical research area, as researchers seek ways to meet the ever-increasing demand... more
Mirrored chip could enable handheld dark-field microscopes  MIT · 1 day
Simple chip powered by quantum dots allows standard microscopes to visualize difficult-to-image biological organisms. more
Directing nanoparticles straight to tumors  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Modern anticancer therapies aim to attack tumor cells while sparing healthy tissue. A team of researchers has now produced tiny nanoparticles that are designed to specifically target cancer cells. They can navigate directly to the tumor cells and... more
Computer vision boosts pest control efficacy via insect sterilization  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
One of the strategies used for biological control of the South American fruit fly Anastrepha fraterculus is sterilization of males by X-ray or gamma-ray irradiation. The aim of the procedure... more
Feed supplement for dairy cows cuts enteric methane emissions by 25%  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
The addition of 3-Nitrooxypropanol to the feed of dairy cows reduced their enteric methane emissions by about 25% in a recently published study—one in a series... more
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