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7 Quantum Computing Books For The Uninitiated 

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Taking us to Other Places ‘So many books, so little time’. The late Frank Zappa had some foresight with that one, didn’t...

Engineers Crack Quantum Puzzle, Could Lead to a ‘Treasure Trove’ of...

A happy accident in the laboratory has led to a breakthrough discovery that not only solved a problem that stood for more than half...

Breaking the Hold of Bell Inequalities

The violation of Bell inequalities has for over fifty years been a challenge to attempts to understand quantum physics. If we can unify our...

Existing Technology May Precisely Control Qubits Made From Calcium and Strontium...

Of the many divergent approaches to building a practical quantum computer, one of the most promising paths leads toward ion traps. In these traps,...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Anyone Fancy A Slice of Quantum Pi?

A slice of quantum Pi, Simulating a 61-bit quantum computer, a Danish quantum startup… and more in this edition of the Quantum Weekly Digest. Spotlight...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Tuning the Quantum-Classical Orchestra

Quantum Machines orchestrates the quantum revolution, building an off-the-shelf quantum computer and much more in this week’s digest of quantum news. Spotlight Story: “The classical layers...

Fermilab’s New Institute to Probe Ways to Improve Quantum Computing

The nation’s premier particle physics laboratory has become a major player in the rapidly expanding field of quantum science and technology. Today the U.S. Department...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Goodbye 2010s, Thanks for Completely Blowing Our...

This week, we'll cover everything from quantum shifts (literally) in understanding our universe to technological shifts in tapping quantum computing. Spotlight Story: How the 2010s...