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The Gap between quantum and classical computing is bridged by this new chip

Quantum computers existing today are limited versions of the futuristic quantum computers that we hope to achieve in the future. However, scientists have created...

For the first time researchers develop quantum radar based on entangled photons

Quantum revolution has made it possible to sense the world in a different way. The aim is to use the unique properties of quantum...

Researchers successfully achieve complex quantum teleportation for the first time

For the first time, researchers from Austria and China have managed to teleport three dimensional quantum states. This teleportation of higher dimensional states might...

Researchers discover superconductor that could enhance quantum computer development

Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered a superconductor that could very probably be useful for developing quantum computers...

New generation of X-Ray lasers and particle colliders to be produced by Trojan Horse technique

Researchers have developed "super microscopes" to study nature on its primary level which can solve atomic and sub-atomic mysteries. They can investigate the smallest...

Researchers for the first time report quantum teleportation in qutrit

Scientists have successfully completed teleportation of a qutrit which is a piece of quantum information based on three states and this has opened a...

Researchers successful in developing quantum light sources for use in optical circuits

A team of researchers led by Alexander Holleitner, Jonathan Finley, physicists at Technical University of Munich (TUM) has succeeded in placing light sources in...

Neven’s law to possibly replace Moore’s law for quantum computing processors

New disruptive technology is promising to take the power of computing to unprecedented heights. And for predicting the speed of the progress of “quantum...

Neven's law to possibly replace Moore's law for quantum computing processors

New disruptive technology is promising to take the power of computing to unprecedented heights. And for predicting the speed of the progress of “quantum...

Researchers discover quantum phenomenon to understand fundamental limits of graphene electronics

Scientists from the University of Manchester, Nottingham and Loughborough have discovered a quantum phenomenon for understanding the fundamental limits of graphene electronics. It describes...

Researchers reveal the first ever image of quantum entanglement

Scientists for the first time have managed to capture the first actual photo of quantum entanglement in the world. This phenomenon was so strange...

Scientists find gravity as key to optimal quantum computation

Scientists have been trying persistently to achieve significant success in the field of Quantum Computing but still, there is a huge scope of improvement...

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