New viewpoint on quantum entanglement and wormholes

In a recent paper published in Physical Review Letters, Kristan Jensen (formerly of the University of Victoria) and Andreas Karch of the University of Washington studied entangled quantum mechanical particles, where the entanglement is equivalently encoded in the geometry of a non-traversable wormhole.
These results may lead to a better understanding of the marriage of quantum mechanics with Einstein's theory of general relativity.

 This work has been highlighted in Science Now and APS Physics