How does quantum physics inform biology at a nanoscale? In what ways does biology exhibit quantum behavior? Clarice D. Aiello, a quantum engineer and Assistant Professor at UCLA, sits down to enlighten us…
Clarice is an expert on nanosensors harnessing room-temperature quantum effects in noisy environments. With her research group, the Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab, she performs quantum measurements on “living sensors” (such as proteins, cells, and microorganisms) to better understand how they interact with their environment.
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In this episode, we cover:
- What a quantum engineer is, and what they are trained to observe.
- What makes quantum objects work very well with sensors.
- What “spin” is, and what it tells us about the energy of electrons in a magnetic field.
- How to see quantum behavior in biological systems.
- What quantum-enhanced information is.
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Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/30PvU9C
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