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A quantum drum that stores quantum states for record-long times

A quantum drum that stores quantum states for record-long times

The device used in this work. The square structure close

Carving a Space-Time Crystal in a Plasma

Carving a Space-Time Crystal in a Plasma

May 25, 2022• Physics 15, s71 A theorized scheme uses

Looking Inside the Superfluid Helium-3 Universe

Looking Inside the Superfluid Helium-3 Universe

Vladimir Eltsov Department of Applied Physics, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland

Developing next-generation superconducting cables

Developing next-generation superconducting cables

An image of the Conductor on Round Core cables developed

Scientists use quantum computers to simulate quantum materials

Scientists use quantum computers to simulate quantum materials

Promising spin qubits for quantum technologies, such as defects in

Breakthrough in quantum universal gate sets: A high-fidelity iToffoli gate

Breakthrough in quantum universal gate sets: A high-fidelity iToffoli gate

Experimental schematic of the high-fidelity iToffoli gate at the Advanced

New tool measures atomic scale defects, identifies transistor limitations

New tool measures atomic scale defects, identifies transistor limitations

Engineering science and mechanics doctoral student Fedor Sharov adjusts settings

Nuclear isomers were discovered 100 years ago, and physicists are still unraveling their mysteries

Nuclear isomers were discovered 100 years ago, and physicists are still unraveling their mysteries

Technetium-99m is an isomer that is commonly used for diagnosing

A Liquid Method to Prepare Ion Beams

A Liquid Method to Prepare Ion Beams

May 24, 2022• Physics 15, s66 A liquid-metal jet can

One step closer to making terahertz technology usable in the real world

One step closer to making terahertz technology usable in the real world

Wladislaw Michailow showing device in the cleanroom, and a terahertz detector

Halting a wave in its tracks

Halting a wave in its tracks

In a system with a ill-defined topology the number of

Emulating impossible 'unipolar' laser pulses paves the way for processing quantum information

Emulating impossible ‘unipolar’ laser pulses paves the way for processing quantum information

The semiconductor nanosheets in the water-cooled copper mount turn an

Acoustic sensors to pinpoint shooters in an urban setting

Acoustic sensors to pinpoint shooters in an urban setting

Luisa Still, of Sensor Data and Information Fusion, will discuss

Making racetrack noise bearable with physics

Making racetrack noise bearable with physics

During the 182nd ASA Meeting, Bonnie Schnitta, from SoundSense LLC,

Shining new light on cell membranes with improved imaging

Shining new light on cell membranes with improved imaging

“Molecules are always interacting with their surroundings. It’s been a