Find out how gamers helped physicists in massive experiment that challenged Einstein
ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems PhD student Ben McAllister will compete in the British Council's Famelab competition on May 10
The games created through the Quantum Games competition offer a way to come to grips with the quirky quandaries of quantum physics
If you’ve ever wished you could escape this world for another Universe, the winner of this year’s Quantum Shorts flash fiction competition offers a cautionary tale.
In a paper published today, scientists at the University of Queensland have found a way to measure and understand cause and effect in the quantum world.
Three indigenous scientists will meet with Australian Senators and Members of Parliament in Canberra, thanks to a scholarship supported by EQUS and the Australian Academy of Science.
The shortlisting panel members of the Quantum Shorts flash fiction competition have read thousands and thousands of words across hundreds of stories to choose the shortlists from our 2017 call for entries.
New protocols reduce ‘spectral leakage’ in quantum sensors by up to 100 million times
Invention of the microwave circulator is part of a revolution in device engineering needed to build a large-scale quantum computer.
The $31.9 million Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) will focus on building quantum machines for practical applications that use all of the weird effects of quantum physics.
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