Can We Know the Unknowable?

It sounds like a contradiction, but Canadian researchers are using quantum physics to find answers to previously unanswerable questions.

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It’s deeply human: to explore how things work; to understand why things happen.

In the 21st century, quantum physics sits at the core of how we communicate and approach unanswerable questions.

Researchers at Canadian universities are using light to store and manipulate information. Brilliant minds in the field are working with the Canadian Space Agency to create new ways of sending quantum information around the world. To secure online transactions and ensure information safety, they’re using quantum computers to solve math problems that were too large for traditional computers.

It’s a new technology that promises to revolutionize the way we live today and tomorrow.

Canadian researchers are out there exploring. Come meet them!

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