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Scanning Tunnelling Microscope , Quantum, Physics, Electrons, University of Birmingham

Scientists Visualise Quantum Behaviour of Hot Electrons for First Time

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Scientists have, for the first time, identified a method of visualising the quantum behaviour of electrons on a surface. The findings present a promising step forward towards being able to manipulate and control the behaviour of high energy, or ‘hot’, electrons.

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Quantum, Materials Science, Electronics, Electron, Dirac, semimetal, Nanotech, Nanoscience, Semiconductor, Superconductor, topological, Electrons

Scientists Find Twisting 3-D Raceway for Electrons in Nanoscale Crystal Slices

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Researchers observed, for the first time, an exotic 3-D racetrack for electrons in ultrathin slices of a crystal they made at Berkeley Lab.

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Chemistry, Physics, Material Science, Superconductors, Semiconductor

Colors From Darkness: Researchers Develop Alternative Approach to Quantum Computing

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Researchers at Aalto University have demonstrated the suitability of microwave signals in the coding of information for quantum computing. Previous development of the field has been focusing on optical systems.

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Atomic and Molecular Physics, particle physcis, Chemistry & Materials, Physics, manotechnology, Micromachine

Scientists Discover Light Could Exist in a Previously Unknown Form

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New research suggests that it is possible to create a new form of light by binding light to a single electron, combining the properties of both.

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Atomic and Molecular Physics, Chemistry, Physics, Material Science

Record-Breaking Logic Gate 'Another Important Milestone' on Road to Quantum Computers

Researchers at the University of Oxford have achieved a quantum logic gate with record-breaking 99.9% precision, reaching the benchmark required theoretically to build a quantum computer.

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Chemistry, Physics, Material Science

Knots in Chaotic Waves

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New research, using computer models of wave chaos, has shown that three-dimensional tangled vortex filaments can in fact be knotted in many highly complex ways.

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Physics, Chemistry & Materials, Material Science, Mathematics and statistics, particle physcis, Research & Development, Technology, Computer Science, Engineering

Entanglement: Chaos

No single assessment tool is able to consistently determine driving ability in people with Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment, a St. Michael's Hospital research review has found.

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Atomic and Molecular Physics, Particle Physics, Chemistry

Physicists Collide Ultracold Atoms to Observe Key Quantum Principle

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Physicists from New Zealand's University of Otago have used steerable 'optical tweezers' to split minute clouds of ultracold atoms and slowly smash them together to directly observe a key theoretical principle of quantum mechanics.

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Michigan Tech, Ranjit Pati, Quantum Mechanics, core-shell, Nanowire, Physics, electronics materials

Probing Quantum Phenomena in a Tiny Transistor

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Nearly 1,000 times thinner than a human hair, nanowires can only be understood with quantum mechanics. Using quantum models, physicists from Michigan Technological University have figured out what drives the efficiency of a silicon-germanium (Si-Ge) core-shell nanowire transistor.

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Building a Better Bowtie

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Bowtie-shaped nanostructures may advance the development of quantum devices







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