It’s human nature to want to know what’s coming. It seems fitting, then, that our IP & Science business, with innovation at its core, should also partake in leveraging its assets to forecast the future. The following is one prediction from our new report that features 10 innovation predictions for the world in 2025. Make sure to check out the entire series of posts and download the full report here.
Kinematical techniques used to understand the Higgs Boson particles generated in the Large Hadron Collider advance such that quantum teleportation is more commonplace.
Since the 2013 success at the CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC), research related to the Higgs Boson particle has increased. In fact, papers on this topic have been the most prevalent in fundamental physics in 2014.
Measurement techniques developed to understand the particles generated in the LHC were ground breaking through the use of new kinematical techniques. Kinematics is a form of classic mechanics that studies the motion of points, objects and groups of objects regardless of the impetus for motion.
We are on the precipice of this field’s explosion; it is truly an emerging research front. Early indicators point to a rapid acceleration of research leading to the testing of quantum teleportation in 2025.
Although in 2025 we as humans won’t yet be able to teleport through space, a significant investment in and testing of quantum teleportation will be underway using other forms of matter.
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