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Dutch Scientists Successfully Teleport Data for the First Time

31
May
2014

Scientists in the Netherlands have managed to reliably teleport quantum data for the first time, bringing us one step closer to the possible wonders of (data) teleportation. The New York Times explains that teleportation in this context refers to the instantaneous sharing of quantum information; The Delft University scientists trapped electrons in diamonds at extremely low temperatures and separated them by about ten feet. By storing them in such a way, researchers were able to observe their quantum properties, and determine that the electrons had become entangled, making it impossible to differentiate their respective electron spins.

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