Researchers of the lab of Professor Ronald Hanson (Kavli Institute for Nanoscience, Applied Sciences) have teleported information between two entangled quantum bits that were separated from each other by a distance of three metres. Entanglement is a strange phenomenon in quantum mechanics. When two particles are entangled, their identities fuse together. What happens to a single particle immediately affects the other. Hanson
explains this in a video:

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