Mathematicians at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology are asking cryptographers around the world to develop algorithms that could resist new threats posed by quantum computers.
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Circumstantial evidence could point to a mind-blowing solution to an antimatter mystery — or to the need for better space-based particle physics experiments.
Quantum machine-learning techniques speed up the task of classifying data delivered by a small network of quantum sensors.
Flatiron Institute-led study reveals how large gas-shrouded planets could shrink over billions of years, leaking away their atmosphere.