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new exoplanets

UCLA astronomers discover over 300 possible new exoplanets

Astronomers from the UCLA utilised an algorithm that enabled the discovery of over 300 exoplanets, as well as a distinctive planetary system with two...
exoplanet WASP-76b

WASP-76b: could the exoplanet that ‘rains iron’ be even more extreme?

The exoplanet WASP-76b, believed to be so hot that it rains iron, could be even more extreme than first thought. Dr Ernst de Mooij, a...
Carbon dioxide cold traps

Carbon dioxide cold traps on the moon have been confirmed

Lunar carbon dioxide cold traps discovered could be used to sustain robot or human presence on the moon. After decades of uncertainty, researchers in Washington...
galaxy evolution

Astronomers create new method to understand galaxy evolution

Astronomers at The University of Toledo established the star formation history of a post-starburst galaxy using its cluster population to understand galaxy evolution. The University...
bilayer graphene

Physicists discover novel quantum effect in bilayer graphene

Extraordinary phenomenon labelled the quantum anomalous Hall effect has been discovered in bilayer graphene. Researchers at The University of Texas in Dallas, along with collaborators...
CERN Quantum Technology Initiative: towards a quantum revolution.

CERN Quantum Technology Initiative: towards a quantum revolution

CERN Quantum Technology Initiative has reached a significant milestone, launching a roadmap of its medium- and long-term quantum research programme.
Unique quantum effect found in naturally occurring graphene

Unique quantum effect found in naturally occurring graphene

An international team led by scientists at the University of Göttingen has discovered a novel quantum effect taking place in natural occurring graphene.
Kagome lattice superconductor reveals cascade of quantum electron states

Kagome lattice superconductor reveals cascade of quantum electron states

Researchers at Boston College have found an intricate landscape of electronic states that are capable of cohabiting on a kagome lattice, reminiscent of those in high-temperature superconductors.
Investigating prethermal discrete time crystals with novel computer modelling method

Investigating prethermal discrete time crystals with novel computer modelling method

Researchers at the University of Cambridge have utilised computer modelling to examine possible new phases of matter known as prethermal discrete time crystals.
 Developing a novel tool for analysing massive superconducting circuits

 Developing a novel tool for analysing massive superconducting circuits

Researchers have developed a technique for analysing large superconducting circuits, which could facilitate advancements in the field of quantum computing.
electrons fluid-like dynamics

Groundbreaking discovery of novel metal where electrons flow with fluid-like dynamics

A group of scientists from Boston College have developed a novel metallic specimen whereby the motion of electrons flows in the same way water flows in a pipe, thereby changing from particle-like to fluid-like dynamics.
Photonics-based approach could lead to real-world applications for quantum computing

Photonics-based approach could lead to real-world applications for quantum computing

Scientists from the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science (UVA) are pioneering the use of optical multiplexing to develop a scalable quantum computing platform for real-world applications.
Groundbreaking steps towards achieving a quantum refrigerator

Groundbreaking steps towards achieving a quantum refrigerator

Researchers have moved closer towards accomplishing a quantum refrigerator with the invention of a novel cooling concept; computer simulations indicate that quantum fields could be utilised to break low-temperature records.
quantum computer development

Advancements in solid-state-based quantum computer development 

Researchers have made significant progress in developing stable European industry-scale fabrication value chains for solid-state-based quantum computer development. 

Attaining accurate weather forecasts and nuclear theory with supercomputers

Professor James P. Vary from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Iowa State University explains how supercomputers are revolutionising weather forecasts and predictive...
nuclear physics

Travelling around the world through nuclear physics

Professor Vladimir Zelevinsky from Michigan State University describes his journey in nuclear physics, from student life in Moscow to family life and a successful career in the USA.
compact quantum computer

Groundbreaking creation of world’s first compact quantum computer

Researchers at the University of Innsbruck have succeeded in developing the world’s first compact quantum computer.
Widening applications for quantum technologies by understanding quantum-nonlocality

Understanding quantum-nonlocality will unlock new technology

Novel research conducted by researchers from the University of Vienna, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and the Perimeter Institute concludes that quantum-nonlocality is a universal property of the world, regardless of how and at what speed quantum particles move.
quantum-secure communications

New research collaboration enables quantum-secure communications

A study led by Quantum Communications Hub researchers has brought the world one step closer to secure conference calls by facilitating quantum-secure communications.
quantum criticality

Scientists find evidence of pristine quantum criticality

Researchers investigating pristine quantum criticality in topological materials have discovered one of the greatest examples detected so far.

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