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Chaotic circuit exhibits unprecedented equilibrium properties

Mathematical derivations revealed a chaotic, memristor-based circuit in which different oscillating phases can coexist along six different lines. Chaotic circuits, unlike ordinary electronic circuits, can...

Probing high-energy neutrinos associated with a blazar

The investigation of a high-energy neutrino detected by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole and thought to be of intergalactic origin has...

Using math proofs, experiments, and simulations to show how a material wrinkles when flattened

A group of researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Syracuse University, and the University of Pennsylvania developed a method for demonstrating how...

Quantum heat pump: A new measuring tool for physicists

The researchers found no evidence of the spinning fins impacting the levitated film after repeating the experiment, ruling out the chameleon theory as an...

A step towards quantum gravity

According to Einstein's general theory of relativity, gravity arises when a massive object distorts the fabric of spacetime in the same way that a...

Using quantum technology to constrain new particles

Undiscovered axions and axion-like particles may hold the key to explaining some of our universe's most perplexing mysteries, such as dark matter and charge-parity...

A roadmap for the future of quantum simulation

A paper co-authored at the University of Strathclyde lays out a road map for the future of quantum simulation. Quantum computers are enormously powerful devices...

Speed limits for quantum phenomena have been extended to macro-sized objects

A theoretical physicist at RIKEN has developed an expression for the maximum speed at which changes in macroscopic systems can occur. This will improve...

Position measurement of a levitated nanoparticle via interference with its mirror image

Levitated nanoparticles are promising tools for sensing ultra-weak forces of biological, chemical, or mechanical origin, as well as for testing quantum physics fundamentals. Such...

The laser creates a miniature magnetosphere

Magnetic reconnections in laser-produced plasmas have been investigated in order to gain a better understanding of microscopic electron dynamics, which is relevant to space...

Controlling non-classical mechanical states in a phononic waveguide architecture

The ability to generate, manipulate, and detect non-classical states of light is central to most quantum computing technologies. Non-classical states are quantum states that...

Theory suggests quantum computers should be exponentially faster on some learning tasks than classical machines

A group of academics from numerous institutions in the United States, including Google Quantum AI, and an Australian colleague have created a theory predicting...

Scientists have created the first “time-crystal”

In an experiment that appears to defy physics, scientists have built the first "time-crystal" two-body system. It follows the discovery by the same team...

Researchers found granular matter in a black hole

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Theoretical Physics (ITP) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) discovered that granular matter (like sand)...

Researchers developed a way to protect qubits inside a quantum computer

Using pairs of Cooper pairs to safeguard qubits inside a quantum computer from external noise has been created by a group of researchers from...