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    Detectors & Imaging

    Quantum-inspired phase imaging is immune to instabilities

    April 16, 2024
    Researchers prove interferometric imaging is possible even within extremely dark and unstable conditions where intensity fringes can’t be seen.

    Quantum Research & Innovation: Welcome!

    April 16, 2024
    I’m thrilled to welcome you to the first issue of Quantum Research & Innovation!
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    Watching over the quantum technology supply chain

    March 26, 2024
    The quantum supply chain is still in its nascent stage—and these are the key trends to keep an eye on as it evolves.
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    Lasers & Sources

    Quantum materials are revolutionizing imaging and sensing

    March 25, 2024
    The quantum revolution is underway and quantum dots are enabling imaging and sensing applications previously considered too cost-prohibitive or bulky.
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    Theoretical model makes qubits ‘fly’

    March 18, 2024
    University of Konstanz physicists in Germany create a theoretical model of how an exchange of information between qubits could work by using photons to transport quantum information...

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    Fiber Optics

    Quantum Corridor opens door to fast, secure comms in Midwest U.S.

    March 14, 2024
    In this Q&A with Ryan Lafler, president and chief technology officer of Quantum Corridor, he discusses the project and shares its goals and potential applications.
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    Polaritonic nanocavities redefine limits of light confinement

    Feb. 26, 2024
    A team of researchers in Israel and Spain create a new type of light confinement—and open the door to new quantum electrodynamics experiments.
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    Multiphoton effect exists within quantum interference of light

    Feb. 9, 2024
    Researchers in Germany and Scotland explore how the visibility of the Hong-Ou-Mandel effect is affected by contamination and disprove an assumption that multiphoton components...

    Encoding quantum information in states of light

    Nov. 7, 2023
    How can photonics light the way and play a key role in quantum computing?