Scientists use quantum computing to simulate a family of particles that, until recently, has been relatively neglected in quantum simulations.
Companies are using 3D printing in novel ways to increase and improve production.
Argonne National Laboratory will house Aurora, the first supercomputer capable of a quintillion floating-point calculations per second.
Several 3D printers simultaneously create a two-dimensional slice of a tissue or organ, then the pieces are assembled in a process called bioprinting.
If file sizes are given limits, the human brain outperforms computers at compressing the data needed to recreate an image.
By modeling the physiological blood-brain barrier, researchers are better able to study drugs that could help cure neurological disorders.
The first quantum communication network in the world will feature entangled photon sources, portable quantum memories, and operable repeaters.
Mirage software automates the design of these futuristic materials.
A new resonator could provide timing for many devices connected on a network.