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A new technique in matter-wave interferometry using laser light to fragment molecules may open the door to interference demonstrations with large bio-molecules or nanoclusters.
Qubits based on trapped ions can be prepared and manipulated with record-breaking accuracy, offering a promising scalable platform for quantum computing.
Researchers characterize a single-photon source, proving it emits nonclassical states of light that may be useful for quantum communication schemes.
New ways of making low-noise beams of light could lead to more sensitive optical interferometry measurements.
The combination of several quantum states that are local can yield a nonlocal state.