Quantum random number generation based on a perovskite light emitting diode can provide better...Read More
Tag: quantum computing
Sandia Labs produces the ‘Enchilada’ capable of supporting 200 trapped ion qubits to enable bigger...Read More
MIT engineers developed a new way to create these arrays, by scaffolding quantum rods onto...Read More
Researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have established criterion for...Read More
Researchers from UPV, UPC and ICFO, in Spain, discover photonic snakes, a new instrument for...Read More
From atoms to materials: new research details an algorithmic breakthrough that unlocks the path to...Read More
A point-to-point long-distance quantum key distribution (QKD) over a distance of 1,002km has been...Read More
There are high expectations that quantum computers may deliver revolutionary new possibilities for...Read More
Scientists in the Netherlands have created Majorana particles and measured their properties in...Read More
Scientists have developed an optical fibre that keeps data safe even after being twisted or bent,...Read More
Mathematical analysis has identified a ‘Viking’ vortex structure that is impervious to decay,...Read More
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