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Chinese scientists achieve breakthrough in quantum physics with 'photon boxes'

By Yan Dongjie | | Updated: 2024-05-09 20:43
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Are there anything wrong with these paragraphs, whether it's grammar, tense or spelling? Chinese scientists realized the fractional quantum anomalous Hall state of photons with "photon boxes". This achievement can help researchers better understand and manipulate quantum systems, providing a crucial new foundation for quantum computing.

The research results of the team led by Professor Lu Chaoyang and Professor Pan Jianwei from the University of Science and Technology of China were published in the academic journal Science on May 3.

Pan said that this technology, known as quantum simulation, is a key component of the "second quantum revolution” and is expected to be applied to quantum computing in the near future.

Click the video to hear what Lu has to say about the research.

Peng Chengcheng contributed to this story.

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