National Institute of Standards and Technology physicists have developed a new small crystal that can detect the weak frequencies of dark matter as it interacts with normal matter, revolutionizing our understanding of the universe.
The new state of matter known as time crystals upends the laws of thermodynamics in a way that was not done before. So how do time crystals break the laws of physics, and how could it help future quantum computing studies?
Researchers from UC Santa Barbara and Quantum Foundry have developed a new material slated to revolutionize quantum information-based technologies such as quantum computing and sensing because of its innate unique superconducting properties.
Fractals are created by never-ending complex patterns that are similar in all scales. Nature holds the best example of fractals, such as trees, rivers, clouds, seashells, etc. Scientists have been using them to solve fundamental questions in physics.
The familiarity of the feeling of a needle piercing through the skin is expected at the onset of a pandemic, especially to those vaccinated against COVID-19. But what exactly is the mechanism behind puncturing the skin or other soft solids? Scientists finally explain how this stuff works.