Observing time crystals
Secrets of time crystals, unique configurations of particles perpetually switching, can now be explored by quantum computers says University of Melbourne expert
Looking inside a pigeon’s ear using quantum technology
Quantum microscopy can study biological cells containing tiny magnetic structures, including those within a pigeon’s ear, shows University of Melbourne research
Machine learning to scale up the quantum computer
Machine learning could help precisely locate quantum bits; a crucial step for large-scale silicon quantum computers finds a University of Melbourne-led study.
Magnetic teeth revealed using quantum imaging
Tougher than stainless steel, magnetite is a biomineral in mollusc teeth; now imaged using quantum technology by scientists including University of Melbourne.
The frontiers of physics: From planets to photons
University of Melbourne physicist Professor David Jamieson takes us on a journey of his research; from Galileo’s historic discoveries to quantum computing.
Lifting the lid on quantum computing
University of Melbourne software for learning quantum computer programming means students can see inside a quantum computer and start using the 'weird' physics.
So, you want to work in Quantum computing?
As the University of Melbourne joins the IBM Quantum Network, researchers, businesses and universities are already getting themselves quantum ready.
Quantum 2.0: At the beating heart of biology
As the University of Melbourne joins the IBM Quantum Network, advances in quantum mechanics could answer the question posed by Erwin Schrödinger: What is life?
The Quantum sensing revolution
As the University of Melbourne joins the IBM Quantum Network, we explore what quantum sensors can tell us about the level below the atom and the new questions
A brief history of Quantum
As the University of Melbourne joins the IBM Q Network, we look back at the biggest minds of the 20th century that have contributed to the quantum revolution.