Experiment shows that emergent quantum fluid behavior of helium-3 confined to one dimension is observable using special low-temperature NMR techniques.

With just a drop of water, a cobalt-based material changes both color and magnetic properties.

Observing growth processes in classical alloys is extremely difficult; scientists overcame this by studying quantum systems.

This approach to building “qubits” could be a promising tool for developing quantum computers.

Working with a solid form of helium at ultra-low temperatures, scientists observed a quantum phase separation that may shed light on analogous processes in classical systems like metal alloys.

Scientists created a molecular nanomagnet based on a single nickel atom with record-high magnetic anisotropy — a quality that makes it a promising building block for applications like memory storage.