Monthly Archives: May 2019

A Quantum Revolution Is Coming

credits: DEPOSITPHOTOS Jayshree PandyaContributorCOGNITIVE WORLD Contributor Group AI & Big DataJayshree Pandya is Founder of Risk Group & Host of Risk Roundup. Quantum physics, the study of the universe on an atomic scale, gives us a reference model to understand the human ecosystem in the discrete individual unit. It helps us understand how individual human […]

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What made our universe what it is today: A Mumbai-based cosmologist finds out

Snehal Fernandes · 06-May-2019 A multinational team of astronomers, led by a Mumbai-based scientist, has solved a long-standing cosmic puzzle: How many years after the Big Bang did the universe achieve conditions that determined and eventually led to the universe we see around us today? The seven-member team, including 35-year-old theoretical physicist Girish Kulkarni from the Tata […]

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How To Enhance Your Problem-Solving Ability in Physics

Knowing how to solve physics problems is a process that can be learned. By  Marcia Wendorf May, 11th 2019Albert Einstein once said: “The formulation of the problem is often more essential than its solution …  credits:deposit photos Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs said, “When you start looking at a problem and it seems really simple, you […]

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Quantum computing with graphene plasmons

by University of Vienna Schematic of a graphene-based two-photon gate. Credit: University of Vienna, created by Thomas Rögelsperger A novel material that consists of a single sheet of carbon atoms could lead to new designs for optical quantum computers. Physicists from the University of Vienna and the Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona have shown that […]

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