This is strictly not quantum computing related, but fascinating nonetheless. Prof. Jim-Al-Khalili explains the emerging field of quantum biology and discusses how this new discipline has developed from its inception in the 1920s until fruition in the late 1990s with… Read More »Quantum Biology Explained by Jim Al-Khalili
Here’s an interesting lecture on using photon polarization for quantum computing. Time stamps: 0:00 Review of photon polarization measurement, quantum states, and Born’s Rule 26:20 Can Bob determine the state of a single photon sent by Alice? 31:52 Classical bits… Read More »Photon polarization and Qubits
Everything in the universe is made up of just a few different types of subatomic particles. Learn more about these particles and how physicists have built their knowledge of them – including the discovery of the Higgs boson at the… Read More »Beyond the Atom: Remodelling Particle Physics
Today Sabine Hossenfelder speculates about the Nobel Prize in Physics, and explain why she thinks it’s overdue to go to Aspect, Clauser, and Zeilinger. The probably coolest thing to have come out of their work is quantum teleportation. Time stamps:… Read More »The 2nd Quantum Revolution: What is Quantum Teleportation?
Quantum computers aren’t just the next generation of supercomputers—they’re something else entirely. Before we can even begin to talk about their potential applications, we need to understand the fundamental physics that drives the theory of quantum computing.