Researchers combined quantum liquids and silicon-chip technology to study turbulence for the first time.
We want stories of up to 1000 words long that take inspiration from the mind-blowing world of quantum physics for the Quantum Shorts competition. Prizes are up to US$1500.
More accurate clocks and sensors may result from a recently proposed experiment, linking an Einstein-devised paradox to quantum mechanics.
Six scholarships have been awarded ahead of this year's Science meets Parliament event, adding to the rich diversity of STEM professionals connecting with Parliamentarians in Canberra
It’s game-on for budding game developers to jump into the weirdly wonderful world of quantum physics.
What happens when an object that is massive enough to influence the flow of time is placed in a quantum state?
An international team of researchers discovered that Schrödinger’s famous dead-and-alive cat is just one of an infinite family of quantum states.
A study has confirmed a 70-year-old theory of turbulence and is expected to help address “huge problems” in global engineering and transport
EQUS students at Macquarie University receive awards for research
The Mona Lisa, Van Gogh’s Starry Night and dozens of other images have been recreated on a quantum ‘canvas’ the width of a human hair.
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