Scientists at UCLA have constructed the world's smallest light bulb. When it's turned off, the tiny filament is invisible to the naked eye. Flip the switch, however, and it becomes a tiny pin-prick of light. The minuscule bulb was created using carbon nanotube technology, a much touted scientific breakthrough that has, until now, been used to do little else other than create portraits of our ...
This story gets a little heady and, to be honest, we're not entirely sure we completely understand it ourselves. What we do know is that scientists have made a huge advancement in the field of teleportation, taking a step necessary to the development of quantum computers. Scientists managed to teleport information from one atom to another from a distance of about one meter. While this isn't really ...
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