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Team From University of Chicago and Northwestern University Finds that Spin-bearing...

Photo by Filip Mroz on Unsplash Molecular Spins A team of physics and chemists at the University of Chicago and Northwestern University have just done something extraordinary...

Event Spotlight: See The Next Generation of Quantum Analyzers during Zurich...

Would you like to improve the readout of your superconducting or spin qubits? Increase the fidelity of your quantum algorithm or scale up your qubit...

A New Spin on Atoms Gives Scientists a Closer Look at...

A team of Princeton researchers have developed a new way to control and measure atoms that are so close together no optical lens can...

TQD Spotlight: Zurich Instruments’ Quantum Analyzer Aimed at Real-time Multi-Qubit Readout

Quantum scientists and engineers will need precise and reliable qubit measurement capabilities to build quantum computing devices solving real-world problems. Zurich Instruments, a pioneer...

The Quantum Daily releases its live qubit implementations tracker

The Quantum Daily (TQD) is delighted to release its guide to qubit implementations. The live guide is available here. For those looking for a deeper...

Let’s Turn the Qubits Off!

Inspired by the Community Inspired by the IBM Quantum Challenge  and by Strangework's Rubiq's Sphere I decided to try out and create puzzles using Quirk....

TQD Exclusive: A Detailed Review of Qubit Implementations for Quantum Computing

This piece provides a short introduction to the various qubit implementations that are being developed to advance quantum computing. It covers a short reminder...

The Importance of Uncomputation: Is Quantum Mechanics Reversible?

Constrained by Nature Quantum Mechanics is reversible and this is what we observe when we study the evolution of quantum states and see that information...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Quantum Computing Investor Market Map Helps Make...

Looking for a guide through Quantumland? TQD releases Quantum Computing Investor Market Map, and, by the way, that market could be worth ONE TRILLION...

That’s Hot: Intel, QuTech Demonstrate Path to Controlling Qubits in Warm...

In what's described as a hot advance for quantum computing, Intel, in collaboration with QuTech, demonstrated the successful control of “hot” qubits, the fundamental...