The Chinese satellite Micius has once again shattered records, this time enabling practical quantum encryption between Beijing and Austria.
The year 2017 was weird all over. And what science is better-suited for a weird year than quantum physics?
A quantum-encrypted message containing more than one bit of information in each particle of light was beamed through the air between two buildings in a real-life city for the first time.
Scientists have proposed a new way to build a quantum computer using microwaves to control individual atoms, and they say the new method offers a blueprint for a more useful computing machine.
Diamonds may decorate some of the most coveted pieces of bling, but these precious stones could one day have a more practical use: storing vast amounts of data.
Researchers have now performed "quantum teleportation" of laser pulses over several miles within two city networks of fiber optics.
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