Princeton researchers show off silicon-based structure that can support quantum computing

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Princeton researchers show off silicon-based structure that can support quantum computing

Silicon-based materials could cut the cost of quantum computing

Princeton University researchers claim to have developed silicon-based materials that could be used as the basis for quantum computing, dramatically cutting their cost. They claim to have created a...

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