Russia’s National University of Science and Technology Succeeds with Prototype Qubits on Superconducting Materials

Russia’s National University of Science and Technology Succeeds with Prototype Qubits on Superconducting Materials First Prototype of a Quantum Computer on Superconductive Materials Sucessfully Launched in Russia Full release… Scientists from NUST MISIS sucessfully launched Russia’s first prototype of a quantum computer. The device working […]

‘Re-entrant Superconductivity’ in Uranium Ditelluride Promising for Use in Quantum Computers

‘Re-entrant Superconductivity’ in Uranium Ditelluride Promising for Use in Quantum Computers Rare ‘Lazarus superconductivity’ observed in promising, rediscovered material In brief… +  Once dismissed by physicists for its apparent lack of interesting physical properties, uranium ditelluride is having its own Lazarus moment. The current study […]

Quantum Computing and Other Disruptive Technologies Need Governance from An Ethical Perspective

Quantum Computing and Other Disruptive Technologies Need Governance from An Ethical Perspective Responsible Use of Technology In brief… +  The increasingly pervasive use of technology in our everyday lives has triggered a spirited debate on how new and disruptive technologies—such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, […]