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Physicists have built the first two nodes of a quantum network.
A video about quantum trapping has been flying around the Internet this week; here's the science keeping it afloat.
An apparatus divides pairs of entangled photons and translates them to the bodies of a nearby couple.
By controlling single photons, scientists could help usher in quantum computers.
Make components too small and you may face the wrath of quantum effects.