What are quantum rainbows?

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What are quantum rainbows

In the latest animation from Oxford Sparks, Dr Benjamin Brecht from Oxford’s Department of Physics explores the ‘miraculous’ world of quantum physics, focusing on remarkable pieces of light known as photons.

‘Quantum physics opens a window to a miraculous world, where extraordinary things happen that cannot be explained by our everyday experience.

Things like quantum teleportation sound like science fiction, but they are being realised today in quantum laboratories.

If we can harness these exciting phenomena, we can build new technologies that outperform their existing, classical counterparts. This vision of the future fascinates me and makes we want to add my small contribution to the pool of outstanding ideas,’ says Dr Brecht.

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