Quantum technologies in the news.
Quantum computing can be chaotic, but key properties of that chaos may actually help us develop useful devices. That is the finding of a study of the behaviour of quantum bits, or qubits, which has shown that their chaotic nature may be easier to predict than thought.
Quantum memory brings quantum internet one step closer
Two clouds of atoms that store quantum information, called quantum memories, have been connected across a longer distance than ever before. They could prove useful for building a quantum version of the internet.
How quantum computing got a boost from a cornfield
In a cornfield in India, Urbasi Sinha ran an experiment that may challenge the rules of quantum mechanics and paves the way for higher dimensional quantum computing.