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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Chinese scientists have created the world's first integrated space-to-ground quantum network that can provide reliable, ultrasecure communication between more than 150 users over a total distance of 4,600km across the country, according to a study published in the journal Nature on Thursday (Jan 7).
Peking University team say their patented sensing chip is as accurate as the standard PCR testing, based on initial study results. They say the technology is ready for immediate use, but some think there could be challenges for mass production.
With a special SIM card and app, some China Telecom smartphone users in Anhui province can make phone calls protected by quantum encryption. The race to develop quantum technology could both threaten traditional encryption and lead to new, more secure forms of cryptography.
PETALING JAYA: The Yang di-Pertuan Agong has the prerogative to appoint an interim government if there is no majority to form a government, says constitutional expert Prof Emeritus Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi.
As a third lockdown traps millions of British schoolchildren at home, free tablets and televised lessons are being touted as alternative ways to learn in a lockdown.
It was high time for a museum to tell the stories all too often untold in school books and national monuments. Only 10% of statues in the famous National Statuary Hall Collection represent women.
Microgreens are nutritional powerhouses that can help boost our immunity.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the construction industry in Malaysia, with some projects being delayed, suspended, or even cancelled.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden is poised to get a Democratic Congress after his party's stunning success in Georgia, but his expansive legislative agenda on issues such as healthcare and climate change cannot be assured a smooth ride.