Europe’s globally-competitive quantum technology ecosystem, comprised of SMEs, corporations, leading scientists, projects, start-ups, and spin-offs, is showing strong signs of growth, a new report shows.
The ancient practice of woodblock printing serves as a source of inspiration for quantum computing for Assistant Professor Shuolong Yang and his team at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME).
When there is a tangle between two microscopic systems, their properties are associated with each other regardless of the physical distance between the two.
The UK Space Agency has announced £50 million of funding for ambitious and innovative projects that will supercharge the UK’s satellite communications industry.
Curtin University-led research into the durability and age of an ancient asteroid made of rocky rubble and dust, revealed significant findings that could contribute to potentially saving the planet if one ever hurtled toward Earth.
A better knowledge of the mechanism behind superconductors has yet again been gained by the physicists at Leipzig University.
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At the Australian National University (ANU), a new study headed by a research group has described an approach to achieve highly precise measurements of microscopic objects with the help of quantum computers.
In the framework of the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat, excitons were produced in a topological insulator initially. This is a discovery in quantum research, depending on a material design from Würzburg.
Approximately two decades ago, it was shown theoretically that quantum computers could easily solve certain computationally demanding problems like factoring large numbers into prime numbers or searching efficiently in databases.