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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...