A team of researchers from QuTech in the Netherlands reports realization of the first multi-node quantum network, connecting three quantum processors. In addition, they achieved a proof-of-principle demonstration of key quantum network protocols. Their findings mark an important milestone towards the future quantum internet and have now been published in Science. The quantum internet The
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TJ might be across the ocean for Manifest season 3, but Olive has a new university student to puzzle through the historical artifacts with: her father’s latest research assistant Levi, played by actor Will Peltz. Begrudgingly at first, Levi accepts Olive’s help with all of the Al-Zuras material coming in from TJ’s investigation in Egypt,
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“P.S. Negan Lives.” Those were the final words written by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman in a letter following the conclusion of the comic’s 193rd and final issue. It was a cheeky missive to fans clamoring for confirmation that their favorite character made it through the series unscathed. It was also an acknowledgement from
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IMAGE: A flexible polymer membrane incorporating nanoparticles of PAF selectively absorbs nearly 100% of metals such mercury, copper or iron during desalination, more efficiently producing clean, safe water. view more  Credit: UC Berkeley photos courtesy of Adam Uliana University of California, Berkeley, chemists have discovered a way to simplify the removal of toxic metals. like mercury
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This article contains Synchronic spoilers. “Time is the school in which we learn / Time is the fire in which we burn,” wrote poet Delmore Schwartz decades ago, and if any genre filmmakers take that couplet to heart, it’s Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. The self-contained directing/writing/producing/acting pair have made four feature films to date,
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Research and industry experts will be leading a virtual event to discuss UK’s leadership in advanced materials – and how this could shape global cities of the future. The event, hosted jointly by The University of Manchester, Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership, and inward investment agency MIDAS, Material Gains: Building cities that are better for
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IMAGE: Gas sensor view more  Credit: POSTECH Gas accidents such as toxic gas leakage in factories, carbon monoxide leakage of boilers, or toxic gas suffocation during manhole cleaning continue to claim lives and cause injuries. Developing a sensor that can quickly detect toxic gases or biochemicals is still an important issue in public health, environmental monitoring,
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This article is presented by Nintendo. When New Pokémon Snap is released for Nintendo Switch on April 30, Nintendo fans everywhere will have a chance to experience the long-awaited follow-up to one of the company’s most fascinating and beloved experiments: 1999’s Pokémon Snap. As an on-rails FPS game where the only shooting you did was
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IMAGE: This is Beatriz Noheda, Professor of Functional Nanomaterials at the University of Groningen, lead author of the Science paper. view more  Credit: University of Groningen Hafnium-based thin films, with a thickness of only a few nanometres, show an unconventional form of ferroelectricity. This allows the construction of nanometre-sized memories or logic devices. However, it was
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The pandemic is still here, regardless of what the headlines (including the one above) would have you believe. Masks, social distancing, and a devastating combination of fear and illness remain a reality for now.  But thankfully, nearly a quarter of the American population is vaccinated, and a return to something that suspiciously resembles normalcy appears
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This Manifest review contains spoilers. Manifest Season 3 Episode 3 This week’s Manifest episode had a lot going for it. It had government intrigue (arguably the most fulfilling aspect of the serial story over the past three seasons), a satisfying puzzle-style calling, and a return of the deep historical mythology surrounding Al-Zuras. Some might argue
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IMAGE: Smartphone-based imaging for various biomedical applications grouped into four clinical workflows. view more  Credit: Hunt et al., doi 10.1117/1.JBO.26.4.040902 Smartphones get smarter every day. These “Swiss Army knives” of mobile computing become even more useful with specialized attachments and applications to improve healthcare. Based on inherent capabilities like built-in cameras, touchscreens, and 3D sensing, as
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