With exceptional processing power and some wicked physics, quantum computers promise to answer new questions, create new materials and synthesize new drugs.
Not many people can say they have worked on a math problem for nine months. Even fewer can say that they got it right. But Clifford Will can, and soon he’ll have a medal to prove it.
For the first time in history, a team of astrophysicists has photographic evidence of black holes. The group was led by Shep Doeleman, who was almost a UF professor.
UF researchers are working to bring us materials with zero energy loss. Here’s what it could mean for the future and what’s in the way.