Caused by particles traveling faster than light through a medium, Cherenkov Radiation is what gives nuclear reactors their eerie blue glow.
Scientists disprove long-held theories of how atoms change when melting, freezing and evaporating.
Researchers were able to transfer entangle an electron with the diamond carbon atom’s nucleus.
Three experiments show that future events can affect the past.
Quantum networked computing has a vast range of applications, including providing super secure communications.