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Limits for quantum computers: Perfect clocks are impossible, research finds

The oversampling regime of an exemplary clock—a pendulum in a weakly lit environment. The two sources of entropy production for this clock are: the friction within the clockwork itself, and the matter–light interaction necessary to track the position of the pendulum. The plot shows the elementary ticking events of this clock as a function of

Quantum Computing: Australia’s Next Great Tech Challenge & Opportunity

Quantum computing offers a massive $6B opportunity for Australia in the coming decades, but policies need to be made now to ensure its ethical use in the future. Image: Damian Sobczyk/Adobe Stock While so much of the civilian world is focused on determining the impact of AI on our lives, at a government and, particularly

Arrays of quantum rods could enhance TVs or virtual reality devices, research suggests

MIT engineers have used DNA origami scaffolds to create precisely structured arrays of quantum rods, which could be incorporated into LEDs for televisions or virtual reality devices. Credit: Dr. Xin Luo, BatheBioNanoLab Flat screen TVs that incorporate quantum dots are now commercially available, but it has been more difficult to create arrays of their elongated

Quantum proton billiards: ATLAS experiment reports fundamental properties of strong interactions

by The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences Protons accelerated almost to the speed of light can collide similarly to billiard balls. However, since protons are quantum particles, from measuring such collisions we can learn unobvious things about the strong interaction. Credit: IFJ PAN The quantum nature of interactions between elementary

Quantum neural networks: An easier way to learn quantum processes

Credit: CC0 Public Domain EPFL scientists show that even a few simple examples are enough for a quantum machine-learning model, the “quantum neural networks,” to learn and predict the behavior of quantum systems, bringing us closer to a new era of quantum computing. Imagine a world where computers can unravel the mysteries of quantum mechanics

Quantum visualization technique gives insight into photosynthesis

Credit: The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2023). DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.3c00670 Systems obeying quantum mechanics are notoriously difficult to visualize, but researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have developed an illustration technique that displays quantum features in an easy-to-read diagram called a coherence map. The researchers used these maps to study the quantum mechanisms that

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