Three experiments have vetted quantum Darwinism, a theory that explains how quantum possibilities can give rise to objective, classical reality.
A recent test has confirmed the predictions of quantum trajectory theory.
An experiment caught a quantum system in the middle of a jump — something the originators of quantum mechanics assumed was impossible.
To make headway on the mystery of consciousness, some researchers are trying a rigorous new way to test competing theories.
The new work promises to give researchers a better grip on the core mystery of quantum mechanics.
The idea that the universe splits into multiple realities with every measurement has become an increasingly popular proposed solution to the mysteries of quantum mechanics. But this “many-worlds interpretation” is incoherent, Philip Ball argues in this adapted excerpt from his new book Beyond Weird.
Recent experiments have put relatively large objects into quantum states, illuminating the processes by which the ordinary world emerges out of the quantum one.
In an era when untestable ideas such as the multiverse hold sway, Michela Massimi defends science from those who think it hopelessly unmoored from physical reality.
Quantum computers should soon be able to beat classical computers at certain basic tasks. But before they’re truly powerful, researchers have to overcome a number of fundamental roadblocks.