Putting A Security Algorithm To Rest

Researchers have demonstrated that a security algorithm called SHA-1 can be easily subverted by malicious actors in cyberspace.

The Promise And Limitation Of Blockchain

Companies have been searching for ways to solve practical problems using blockchain technology, but there is not yet a one-size-fits-all solution, said a panel of experts at SMU.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Urbasi Sinha

The counter-intuitive nature of quantum physics was what drew Associate Professor Urbasi Sinha to a career in science. Now, her research is paving the way for computers many times more powerful than the ones we have today.

China Conducts World’s First Quantum Video Conference

With the help of the Micius satellite, Chinese researchers have completed the world’s first video conference secured by quantum cryptography.

Measuring The Fingerprints Of Quantum States

Scientists at the National University of Singapore have discovered a possible way to certify devices for quantum computing and quantum cryptography.

These Diamonds Don’t Just Sparkle, They Fluoresce!

By introducing germanium to the diamond crystal lattice, scientists have succeeded in producing single photons in a narrow, high energy wavelength band.

Incan String Theory: If Knots Could Talk

We still don't know how to de-code khipu, string-based information storage systems developed by the Inca, but they remain fascinating nonetheless.

A Quantum Leap For Hard Drives

The ability to store information for as long as six hours could change the approach to developing quantum communication systems.

Bridging Two Mysteries At The Heart Of Quantum Physics

It turns out that wave-particle duality is simply the quantum uncertainty principle in disguise.

Quantum Cryptography Protocol To Beef Up Cybersecurity

Quantum technology could make fundamental contributions in enhancing the security of web communications, researchers say.