Interactive proofs — mathematical games that underlie much modern cryptography — work even if players try to use quantum information to cheat.
July 31, 2012Long-sought goal for quantum devices — the ability to transmit single photons while blocking multiple photons — is finally achieved.
July 25, 201210th anniversary of MIT Graduate Program in Science Writing celebrates past, looks to future.
March 27, 2012National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award will help fuel CSAIL researcher’s work.
March 8, 2012Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering assistant professor is investigating a bottom-up approach to quantum information devices.
February 15, 2012A switch that lets one photon alter the quantum state of another could point the way to both practical quantum computers and a quantum Internet.
September 9, 2011How a handful of countercultural scientists changed the course of physics in the 1970s and helped open up the frontier of quantum information.
June 27, 2011The power of quantum computers depends on keeping them in a fragile quantum-mechanical state — which researchers have found a new way to extend.
June 2, 2011Spotlight on Women in Nuclear Science and Engineering
May 3, 2011A new experiment would use quantum effects to perform otherwise intractable calculations, but conducting it should be easier than building a quantum computer.
March 2, 2011Experiments in which fluid droplets mimic the odd behavior of subatomic particles recall an abandoned interpretation of quantum mechanics.
October 20, 2010A quantum algorithm that solves systems of linear equations could point in a promising new direction.
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