Article - 9 Jul 2007
Quantum computers promise to be so powerful they can crack even the strongest encryption codes. In order to make data transmissions secure another system will be required in the future. This system...
Article - 17 Nov 2003
Researchers at the University of Rochester have induced ideal photon emission from carbon nanotubes. Posted September 5th 2003
Article - 13 Jan 2004
Ohio University has received a grant for research into ultra-small magnetism, an atomic property that results from electronic "spin". Posted November 20 2003
Article - 11 Jan 2018
Semiconductor quantum structures emerged in the second half of the 20th century, fueled by promises of far superior performances especially where light emission is concerned.
Article - 6 Mar 2019
This is an article about how quantum computing is currently being used, what the future applications of it are and where is may go.
Article - 14 Mar 2013
The production of a working quantum computer has become a real possibility thanks to recent developments in the field nanotechnology but there is still a long way to go.
Article - 16 Jun 2011
One of the scientific revolutions of the 20th century is Quantum Mechanics. It is a weird theory, extremely different from our day to day experiences, in which, for example, a particle can act as a...
Article - 4 Jan 2019
In this interview, Michael Cuthbert highlights the main challenges researchers face when performing Cryogen Free Measurements, and introduces the Cryofree™ cryostats from Oxford Instruments as a...
Article - 16 Apr 2013
In the large nanomaterials family, zero-dimensional (0D) materials are key building blocks of exotic artificial materials that have significant technological impact on a myriad of applications. 0D...