The superior power of quantum computing poses a threat to blockchain technology and the cryptocurrency segment. However, Cambridge Quantum, the quantum software leader in the UK, might prevent that from happening.
Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed new open-source software that could evaluate quantum annealers down to the individual qubit level aside from also characterizing noise.
In a strange turn of quantum materials research, researchers could fabricate a material that exhibits both superconductivity and quantum Hall effect - two phenomena that are generally seen as opposites as far as electrical resistance is concerned.
As a key technology in achieving the next generation of communications and computing technologies, quantum entanglement has been a topic of interest in the scientific community - with the latest efforts detailing how to achieve it through the application of heat.
With its beauty founded on subtle mathematical concepts, Origami offers patterns in creating efficient and flexible structures. Here are four examples of how the ancient art of folding papers have led to innovative applications in various fields of science: