Researchers used ultrafast lasers to accelerate electrons over a compact distance to speeds typically only achieved in particle accelerators the size of ten football fields.
The first successful demonstration of a new optical stochastic cooling technique for improving particle accelerator beams has been reported by researchers at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
This ultrafast quantum computer, which uses ultrafast lasers to manipulate cold atoms trapped with optical tweezers, is expected to be a completely new quantum computer type
Science is closer than it's ever been to a usable, replicable room-temperature superconducting material that could one day revolutionize how energy is transported
Physicists have come up with a "quantum flute" that can make particles of light move together in a way that's never been seen before.