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Quantum cryptography goes maintream

Researchers from Toshiba and the Department of Engineering have perfected a technique that offers a less expensive way to ensure the security of high-speed fibre-optic cables, protecting communication networks from unauthorized snooping.

Best-Kept Secrets

Scientific American Magazine (January 2005 Issue): Non-technical article on quantum cryptography.

Physics World's 2012 Book of the Year

Physics World's choice of the 2012 Book of the Year is 'How the Hippies Saved Physics' by David Kaiser, an entertaining tale of how an oddball group of physicists revived interest in quantum fundamentals.

Physics World reveals its top 10 breakthroughs for 2012

Among its top 10 breakthroughs for 2012, Physics World also lists the 'Entangling twisted beams' experiment by Zeilinger et.al.

ERC Advanced Grant an Markus Arndt

The Austrian newspaper Der Standard writes about the ERC grant for Markus Arndt (in German).

Sun must shine on blue-sky research

Read in the Irish Times the views of Serge Haroche, one of two new European science Nobel laureates in context of the negotiations on the EU budget.

Die Vordenker des Quantencomputers

The Frankfurter Rundschau writes about the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics (in German).

Quanten und Informationen

Die Welt writes about quantum effects (in German).

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