An article recently published by the European Space Agency reported a recent study conducted by two groups of astronomers regarding the existence of life on Europa.
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New Cryogenic On-Wafer Prober for Quantum Material Characterization
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Emerging Trends in Quantum Semiconductor Devices
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Using Quantum Squeezing to Make More Precise Measurements
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The JWST Studies Star Formation in the Small Magellanic Cloud
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The James Webb Space Telescope Investigates New Exoplanet Atmosphere
James Webb Captures its First Direct Image of an Exoplanet
In a new interview feature, AZoQuantum talks with Hannes Bernien from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering about his research focusing on noise-reduction in quantum computers utilizing 'spectator qubits'.
Dr. Foni Raphaël Lebrun-Gallagher
AZoQuantum had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Foni Raphaël Lebrun-Gallagher about his team's breakthrough research at the University of Sussex. Their latest research proves the viability of connecting independent ion-trap quantum computer modules via electric fields.
In our latest interview, Assistant Professor Shuolong Yang from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering discusses a new topological superconductor to carry quantum information, and how its production method was inspired by paper block printing.
LabOne Q is a new software framework that accelerates quantum computing progress on Zurich Instruments’ hardware. With LabOne Q, users can design complex quantum experiments with an intuitive, high-level programming language.
The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera provides high-quality and low-noise imaging for a variety of needs and uses. This makes it the perfect choice for imaging needs in the wider quantum industry.