Quantum physics makes small leap with microscopic gravity measurement

Quantum physics makes small leap with microscopic gravity measurement

Scientists have detected the pull of gravity on the microscopic scale in a feat that lays the groundwork for probing its nature in the mysterious quantum realm.

Scientists Break Record for Smallest Measurements of Gravity

Scientists Break Record for Smallest Measurements of Gravity

Scientists have achieved the smallest measurements of gravity to date using a new technique that could potentially help us understand the quantization of gravity and its relationship with general relativity and quantum mechanics.

Dark matter can be 'mirror' within our own universe — and it's not what we imagine

Dark matter can be 'mirror' within our own universe — and it's not what we imagine

New research suggests that dark matter, a mysterious element that makes up the majority of the universe's mass, may be a mirror reflection of our own, but with broken rules. Dark matter does not interact with light or matter composed of atoms, and its presence can only be detected through its gravitational pull. This mirroring of dark matter might contribute to the explanation of the universe's coincidence of identical amounts of dark and normal matter.

Breaking the Temperature Barrier: How Quantum Ground State Acoustics Could Revolutionize Quantum Physics

Breaking the Temperature Barrier: How Quantum Ground State Acoustics Could Revolutionize Quantum Physics

Researchers have made a breakthrough in cooling sound waves in optical fibers, bringing them closer to the quantum ground state and bridging classical and quantum mechanics.

SandboxAQ Awarded U.S. Air Force Contract for Quantum Navigation Research

SandboxAQ Awarded U.S. Air Force Contract for Quantum Navigation Research

SandboxAQ, a leading technology company, has recently been awarded a prestigious contract from the U.S. Air Force to conduct research on quantum navigation. This contract highlights the company's expertise in cutting-edge technologies and their commitment to advancing the field of navigation.

Researchers Create New Phase of Matter Using Quantum Processor

Researchers Create New Phase of Matter Using Quantum Processor

A new phase of matter previously recognized only in theory has been created by researchers using a quantum processor that demonstrates the control of an exotic form of particles called non-Abelian anyons.

Quantum breakthrough: Non-Abelian anyons created for the first time

Quantum breakthrough: Non-Abelian anyons created for the first time

A new state of matter that could change the world of quantum computing.

Fractional Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in Multilayer Graphene

Fractional Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in Multilayer Graphene

Researchers have observed the fractional quantum anomalous Hall effect (FQAHE) in a multilayer graphene-hBN moiré superlattice. The FQAHE, which is the zero magnetic field counterpart of the fractional quantum Hall effect, has previously only been observed in twisted MoTe2. The team observed quantized Hall resistance plateaus accompanied by dips in longitudinal resistance at specific filling factors of the moiré superlattice. By tuning gate-displacement field and filling factors, the researchers also observed phase transitions between different electron states. This discovery opens up possibilities for exploring charge fractionalization and non-Abelian anyonic braiding.