Researchers generate new silicon structure for quantum computing development

Nicholas Fearn
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Quantum leap claimed in development of quantum computing

Researchers at Princeton University have made what they say is a significant leap towards making quantum computing technology with standard silicon-based materials. They've created a piece of si...

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