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Quantum computers are improving at a doubly exponential rate

3 hours ago — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

Researchers make significant progress toward proving a critical mathematical test of the theory of general relativity

August 27, 2018 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

New algorithms show how very simple robots can be made to work together as a group

February 18, 2018 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

Mathematician Richard Schwartz explains why he loves problems he can start solving right away, and how computers can help

January 17, 2018 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

Proof rests on a surprising link between infinity size and the complexity of mathematical theories

September 16, 2017 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

A mathematician and her collaborators figured out how to predict electrons’ behavior by studying the mathematics of waves

August 30, 2017 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

For centuries mathematicians tried to solve problems by adding new values to the usual numbers. Now they’re investigating the unintended consequences of that tinkering

March 15, 2017 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

The physicist Subir Sachdev borrows tools from string theory to understand the puzzling behavior of superconductors

February 4, 2016 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

A new technique for finding and characterizing microbes has boosted the number of known bacteria by almost 50 percent, revealing a hidden world all around us.

August 11, 2015 — Kevin Hartnett and Quanta Magazine

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