Physicists finally understand why heating a supercold quantum fluid freezes it into a solid
New relay node can link quantum computers and sensors across dozens of kilometers
Photons in a nonlinear cavity perform “negative” work on a mechanical oscillator, cooling it toward its ground state.
Physicists at the Universities of Innsbruck in Austria and Paris-Saclay in France have combined all the key functionalities of a long-distance quantum network into a single system for the first time.
Interaction between glass spheres suspended in a vacuum might one day lead to advances in quantum computing.