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TQD Exclusive: Presenting The 12 Quantum Gifts of Christmas

Whether you’re a quantum skeptic, or a quantum believer, you have to admit 2019 has been a breathless 365-day stretch for quantum technologies. And...

Quantum Godfathers #4: Yuri Manin, The Accidental Quantum Icon

1981 It would have been easy to do it, to be lazy, to pick the obvious choice out of the three available — Richard Feynman, that lovely...

Volkswagen Traffic Jam Eradication Project Hits The Road

Falling Down It’s hot and you’re sweating. You’ve been in a traffic jam for hours. Guesses are you’ve moved over sixty thousand inches, at most...

Is Quantum Supremacy Racist? A group of 13 academics think so.

A group of 13 academics are taking issue with the term, Quantum Supremacy. Because it's racist. In a letter to Nature, the scientists say that...

Silex Systems teams up with UNSW on Silicon Enrichment Project for Quantum Computing

Silex Systems Limited (Silex) announced the launch of an R&D project to develop a process for the commercial production of high-purity ‘Zero-Spin Silicon’ using...

More, Better, Cheaper: Scientist Forecasts a Post-Quantum Supremacy Future

A leading quantum physicists said that while the future of quantum computing is not perfectly in sight, the path ahead is clearing up. In a...

University of Waterloo launches program to deploy industry-driven quantum technologies

(December 11, 2019, Waterloo, ON) - Transformative Quantum Technologies (TQT), a research initiative led by the University of Waterloo, today announced the launch of its Quantum...

Intel’s New Chip May Make Quantum Computers Commercially Viable

Intel Labs today unveiled what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip — code-named “Horse Ridge” — that will speed up development...

Harvard study demonstrates material that may serve as a platform for stable Quantum Computing

Harvard University researchers have demonstrated the first material that can have both strongly correlated electron interactions and topological properties. It's a discovery that not...

Research paves the way for simulating quantum systems

Billions of tiny interactions occur between thousands of particles in every piece of matter in the blink of an eye. Simulating these interactions in...

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