A team of researchers from Osaka City University have worked with international partners to create a reliable and accurate microscope based thermometer using quantum technology. This thermometer is very accurate. It can measure the temperature of microscopic animals. This technique can detect temperature dependent quantum spin and fluorescent nano diamond. < / P > < p > quantum sensing technology takes advantage of the extremely fragile quantum system’s sensitivity to the surrounding environment. Seven years ago, researchers used a similar technique to quantify the temperature inside cultured cells. This new technology can sense the heat and temperature that are actively involved in biological processes. < / P > < p > to build the device, the team decorated the surface of nanodiamonds with polymer structures and injected them into Caenorhabditis elegans, one of the most popular model animals in biology. The researchers wanted to know the basic health temperature of worms. After nano diamond enters the organism, it moves very fast. Even so, the quantum monitoring algorithm can still track the nano diamond and measure the temperature stably. < / P > < p > the researchers stimulated mitochondria through drug therapy, and they set the worms feverish, and the quantum thermometer successfully observed this temperature rise. Researchers say it’s exciting to see quantum technology work well in living animals. < / P > < p > a researcher said the team never believed that small worms smaller than a millimeter would deviate from normal temperatures and develop fever. The researchers say their test results are an important milestone that will guide the future direction of quantum sensing related to biology. Researchers will continue to refine and improve their technology in the future. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”