Our technological ability determines how much energy we can extract from a quantum source.
May 16, 2023
by Institute for Basic Science
Research paper: Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 210401 (2023)
Quantum batteries: Strange technology that could provide instant power
By leveraging a bizarre property of quantum mechanics called entanglement, quantum batteries could theoretically recharge in a flash. Now, progress is being made towards making them a reality.
September 7, 2022
by Jon Cartwright
Want to take a road trip in your electric vehicle? Prepare to go off track
August 19, 2022
by Molly Glick
What Quantum Batteries Have in Store
June 22, 2022
by David Jen
Essential New Theorizations on Quantum Batteries
Interview by AzoNetwork on our work and its possible future impacts, not only on electric cars.
June 7, 2022
by Skyla Baily
Three minutes to fully charge an electric car (in Korean)
Our paper covered by a Korean Youtuber.
May 9, 2022
by Softdragon SOD
A quantum battery could make electric cars charge 200 times faster than their conventional counterparts
Scientific American (Arabic version)
April 16, 2022
by Abdalla Taha
Sizing Up the Potential of Quantum Batteries
APS Physics viewpoint
April 4, 2022
by Sourav Bhattacharjee
Quantum technology could make charging electric cars as fast as pumping gas
Quantum charging could cut the charging time of electric vehicles from ten hours to three minutes.
Press release at Phys.org
March 22, 2022
by Institute of Basic Science
Picked up and covered also by SciTechDaily, Independent, PV Magazine, The Science Times, Yahoo Finance, AzoNetwork, GreenCarCongress, EurekAlert!, Universal-Sci, VerveTimes, NanoWerk, Metro, The Optimist Daily, IBS Research News
Research paper: Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 140501 (2022), Editor's Suggestion, Featured in Physics
Entropy is the physicist’s magic word, invoked to answer to some of the biggest questions in cosmology. Yet a quantum rethink may be needed to tell us what it actually is.
Physics 4 December 2019
by Michael Brooks