Researchers Find Superconducting Material That Could Someday Power Quantum Computers

A graph of a qubit, which can exist concurrently in between 2 states. A well-known example of a qubit is Schrodinger’s feline, a theoretical feline that can be both... Read more »

Doctors Turning to Antibiotic Alternatives to Treat Acne, Rutgers Researchers Find – Science and Technology Research News

Doctors are progressively checking out mixes of treatments, such as the anti-bacterial medication benzoyl peroxide and topical retinoids, medications stemmed from vitamin A, rather of prescription antibiotics for long-lasting... Read more »

Researchers Find the Trick to Molding Metal at the Nanoscale

Silver nanorods made with thermomechanical molding, varying in size from (left to right) 0.57 millimeters, 10 micrometers, 375 nanometers, and 36 nanometers. (Jan Schroers Laboratory). Many metals and alloys... Read more »

Can bacteria-slaying viruses defeat antibiotic-resistant infections? A new U.S. clinical center aims to find out | Science

Phages like these studding an Escherichia coli germs target particular germs, complicating their usage in medication. EYE OF SCIENCE/SCIENCE SOURCE One piece of great news can make all the... Read more »