Clear as Quantum is an EQUS podcast about quantum science and the exciting technologies that are getting ready to unleash a quantum revolution. In this “spooky podcast at a distance” we’ll try to dust the cobwebs out of the quantum physics realm that's entangling our lives. Over the course of 10 episodes you’ll hear from some of Australia’s leading quantum scientists, and learn things worth knowing about.
Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop explains how quantum light can make tiny tractor-beams to move and wiggle things.
Kirk McKenzie talks about quantum "noise" and some of the most impressively precise measurements ever made.
Jacq Romero reveals that "ignorance" can be a quantum superpower.
Glen Harris discusses whirlpools and the famously quantum property of "spin".
Mike Tobar explains how quantum "duality" limits ultra-precise measurements.
John Bartholomew talks about quantum memories and the challenges of keeping quantum information "coherent".
Friendly guide to the quantum world
Love the first episode, especially the fact that it’s a good mix of quantum talk and anecdotes. Keep up the work guys!