Systems of quantum objects can be characterized by the correlations between the objects. A technique that precisely measures even the most delicate of these correlations allows models of quantum systems to be tested. See Letter p.323
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Spielman, I. Quantum theory verified by experiment. Nature 545, 293–294 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/545293a