Behavioural Sciences

4 common misconceptions about quantum physics

Quantum mechanics sparks excitement as people discuss the microworld of atoms and particles. Image: Unsplash/Zoltan Tasi

Alessandro Fedrizzi
Professor of Physics, Herriot-Watt University
Mehul Malik
Professor of Physics, Herriot-Watt University
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