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World-first approach to help design more accurate quantum computing architecture

Australian quantum researchers have been able to identify the exact location of a single atom in a silicon crystal – an …

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Growing perfect crystals by filling the gaps

Physicists develop new method of crystal production

A natural example of a photonic crystal is the opal, whose fascinating coloration is due to the way the light interacts …

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Amplification of Sound Waves at Extreme Frequencies

Sound waves with a frequency of 400 GHz are generated and detected with short optical pulses from a laser. The sound is …

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One impurity to bind them all

MPQ researchers show that a single atomic impurity is able to trap infinitely many bosons around it.

The interaction of spin impurities with bosonic reservoirs lies at the heart of very paradigmatic models in Quantum Opti…

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Quantum satellite device tests technology for global quantum network

Singapore-built satellite makes and measures light particles pair by pair

The team’s device, dubbed SPEQS, creates and measures pairs of light particles, called photons. Results from space show …

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Metalens works in the visible spectrum, sees smaller than a wavelength of light

High efficiency ultra-thin planar lens could replace heavy, bulky lenses in smart phones, cameras and telescopes

Researchers from Harvard have demonstrated the first planar lens that works with high efficiency within the visible spec…

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Spectrometers to become common-place through MEMS technology

Researchers have now developed a mobile MEMS-scanning grating-spectrometer in a sugar-cube format to assist in the exami…

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Precise atom implants in silicon provide a first step toward practical quantum computers

The successful Sandia first step, reported in Applied Physics Letters, makes use of electromagnetic forces provided by a…

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Ultra-Sensitive, Vibration-Tolerant Gas Sensor Makes Field Applications More Practical

Device could monitor pollution from power plants and roads and test for explosives at airports

A research team from Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, USA, has now developed a new device that can detect ultr…

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Attosecond camera for nanostructures

Physicists of the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and the Ludwig-Maximil…

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New theory on how to control energy transfer between molecules

An analogy between science and a romantic dinner

The work is relevant to applications in lighting, nano-sensing, photosynthesis, photovoltaics, and quantum information p…

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3-D MODEL REVEALS HOW INVISIBLE WAVES MOVE MATERIALS WITHIN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS

The simulation can help researchers understand how internal waves can carry materials over long distances

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Quantum cycles power cold-atom pump

By adjusting the power of the lasers and an applied magnetic field, the researchers traced out different paths through t…

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Spin Glass Physics with trapped ions

Researchers at ICFO and UB demonstrate how state-of-art quantum simulations with trapped ions can be used to tackle complex computational problems.

Researchers at ICFO and UB demonstrate how state-of-art quantum simulations with trapped ions can be used to tackle comp…

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Engineers discover a new gatekeeper for light

Finding paves the way for devices that switch quickly between transparency and opacity to specific forms of light

This discovery opens up new opportunities in photonics, nanoelectronics, optics and acoustics and many other areas of sc…

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Could Optical Clocks Redefine the Length of a Second?

Researchers show that optical atomic clocks could offer a practical replacement for microwave atomic clocks as the basis of global time keeping

In The Optical Society's journal for high impact research, Optica, researchers present a way to use optical clocks for m…

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Photonic Radar

The research group of Technion Prof. Erez Hasman has developed technology for compressing dozens of lenses on a nanometr…

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LAB DISCOVERY A ‘BIG STEP FORWARD’ FOR METAL 3D PRINTING PROCESS

In a paper published in the journal Acta Materialia online on May 20, LLNL researcher Ibo Matthews and his team discover…

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Novel Terahertz Source: Compact and Cost-effective

New Potential for Scanners and Quality Control

The novel source uses a femtosecond laser, which produces 80 million ultrashort light pulses per second. Conventional de…

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Optics breakthrough to revamp night vision

A breakthrough by an Australian collaboration of researchers could make infra-red technology easy-to-use and cheap, pote…

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