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The instability of qubits - the building blocks of quantum computers - means they are susceptible to error. Our physicists have found that tweaking error coding can open the door to huge efficiency gains.
Quantum sensors being developed at The University of Queensland could revolutionise navigation and communications in unmanned and autonomous vehicles.
A new and extremely sensitive method of measuring ultrasound could revolutionise everything from medical devices to unmanned vehicles.
Optical physicists and neuroscientists has used optical tweezers, or focused beams of light, to investigate how the brain of a zebrafish reacts to gravity and motion.
Researchers have created a theory of multi-level quantum coherence, a step further than the theory which allows the famous Schrödinger’s cat to be dead and alive at the same time
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A team of physicists has shown that, as far as quantum physics is concerned, the chicken and the egg can both come first.
Working between optical physics and neuroscience has brought positive results for a team of researchers
How Einstein’s equivalence principle extends to the quantum world has been puzzling physicists for decades, but researchers have found the key to this question.
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