Researchers from the University of Sydney developed a way for quantum error computing sources to be identified using machine-learning techniques that can detect even the faintest environmental 'noise.'
A new theory addresses the "three-body problem," a centuries-old problem in physics and classical mechanics that predicts the motion of three gravitating bodies in space consistent with Newton's laws of motion and universal gravitation.
Physicists from the University of Basel in Switzerland and Ruhr University Bochum in Germany developed a novel source of single photons - capable of producing billions of tiny quantum particles each second.
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.
A "tunable Heisenberg model" designed by physicists from MIT reveals the effect of magnetic forces at the quantum level, addressing the fundamental nature of magnetism and advancing the human understanding of one of the most common phenomena in nature.
One property of quantum mechanics is superposition, which explains how a system could be in multiple states at the same time until the instant it is observed or measured. A theoretical study suggests that this phenomenon affects high-precision clocks.