Quintessentially quantum, but often misunderstood.
Quantum computers need some help when things go wrong.
Lasers can stop atoms in their tracks, which makes them easier to study.
Ordinary measurements reveal the unknown. Quantum measurements create it.
An interactive introduction to measuring photon polarization.
Light travels in individual bundles of energy called photons.
Oscillating patterns of light aren’t strictly quantum but can help with quantum information.
There are many ways to cook up a quantum computer.
There's a new paradigm in computing, but it won’t improve your smartphone anytime soon.
A way to share secrets backed by a quantum stamp of approval.
The quantum world is not spooky or incomprehensible. It's just way different.
They represent the way quantum things are right now and how they might change.
The smallest units of quantum information are the building blocks of quantum tech.
It's more about a particle's identity than its merry-go-round motion.
States of matter that let current flow indefinitely—a cool feat in more ways than one.
A fundamental—and not totally unfamiliar—feature of quantum physics.
It’s kind of like a quantum messaging app.
Way down at the quantum scale, one thing you can be absolutely sure of is uncertainty.
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