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Physicists figure out how to make 'molecules' of pure light - ScienceAlert

Physicists have just gotten us a little closer to the dream of building objects out of pure light - hello, lightsabers - by figuring out how to join weightless light particles together to form a kind of ‘two-atom molecule’ with its own, strange type of force. .

Team demonstrates solar water-splitting technology

Rice University researchers have demonstrated an efficient new way to capture the energy from sunlight and convert it into clean, renewable energy by splitting water molecules. The technology, which is described online in the American Chemical Society journal Nano Letters, relies on a configuration of light-activated gold nanoparticles that harvest sunlight and transfer solar energy to highly excited electrons, which scientists sometimes refer to as "hot electrons."

Intel Investing $50 Million in Quantum Computing | Quantum Computing Technology Australia

Intel will invest US$50 million with QuTech, the quantum research institute of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and TNO, and will dedicate engineering resources to advance research efforts.

The collaboration over the next 10 years will accelerate quantum computing research, which holds the promise of solving complex problems that are practically insurmountable today.

Quantum-Secure Cryptography Crosses Red Line | Quanta Magazine

The most promising quantum-secure encryption schemes rely on the near impossibility of navigating a lattice with hundreds of spatial dimensions. Unless you know the secret route.

The LHC finds evidence of particle activity beyond the Standard Model - ScienceAlert

Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Switzerland have found evidence of subatomic particles acting in a way that defies the Standard Model of particle physics - the current best set of equations we have to explain the behaviour and interactions of particles in the Universe.

Study Confirms That Matter And Antimatter Are Mirror Images

One of the most fundamental mysteries, in physics, is what is known as the baryon asymmetry. It refers to the inexplicable imbalance of matter and oppositely-charged antimatter, in the universe, despite the fact that the Big Bang should have produced equal amounts of both. In a recent research, scientists, from CERN’s Baryon Antibaryon Symmetry Experiment (BASE) collaboration, have experimentally confirmed the previous assumption that matter and antimatter particles are perfect mirror images of each other, with only their charges reversed. The discovery, which could be a step towards...

Samsung – Making High Quality Graphene from Nanostructures

A thin layer of pure carbon that is 200 times stronger than steel and an extraordinary conductor of heat and electricity.

Apart from that, as it’s a carbon based product that is fourth most abundant element of our universe hence, unlike metal it has no degradation issues like corrosion, thermal expansion or contraction, sensitivity to radiation etc.

Yes you guessed it right. We are, today, talking about Graphene the wonder material of our age.

Scientists have finally discovered massless particles, and they could revolutionise electronics - ScienceAlert

After 85 years of searching, researchers have confirmed the existence of a massless particle called the Weyl fermion for the first time ever. With the unique ability to behave as both matter and anti-matter inside a crystal, this strange particle can create electrons that have no mass.

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