Quantum entanglement wins 2022’s Nobel Prize in physics
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The 2022’s Nobel prize in physics was just announced and it’s awarded to John Clauser, Alain Aspect, and Anton Zeilinger for the pioneering development of quantum information systems, entangled photons, and the violation of Bell’s inequalities. It’s a Nobel Prize that’s long overdue, and the science behind it is particularly mind-bending. This year’s Nobel Prize isn’t simply a physical curiosity, one that’s profound for uncovering some deeper truths about the nature of our quantum reality. Yes, it does indeed do that, but there’s a practical side to it as well: one that hews to the spirit of the Nobel Prize’s commitment that it be awarded for research conducted for the betterment of humankind. Owing to the research of Clauser, Aspect, and Zeilinger, among others, we now understand that entanglement allows pairs of entangled particles to be leveraged as a quantum resource: enabling it to be used for practical applications at long last. You can read the full article here. There you will find exhilarating information about one of my favourite subjects, quantum mechanics.
If information is being transmitted between these two entangled particles, it’s being exchanged at speeds at least thousands of times faster-than-light.
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