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Quantum Entanglement

by Roger Numbers

February 2, 2009

This blows our minds: researchers at the University of Maryland's Joing Quantum Institute have succeeded in teleporting information between two atoms that are separated by a distance of one meter. That's right: teleportation. We're not sure we understand it, so we called Chris Monroe, professor of physics at UMD and leader of the group who achieved this awesome feat, to spell it out for us.

Spooky memory at a distance with quantum teleportation (Ars Technica)

Long-Distance Teleportation Between Two Atoms Achieved (University of Maryland)

University of Maryland Joint Quantum Institute

What is Quantum Physics?

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