Decoherence is a grind on the effort to move quantum computing forward. Efforts to overcome decoherence, the loss of a coherent state, is a field of much research. Scientists at MIT have published a method to help resolve part of the issue which is a failing to correct the dominant noise type in quantum sensors. Their method exploits spatial correlations involving qubits and tailors the error-corrections to the “noise” vice temporal correlations between signal properties and noise. Full report and discussion is available, below.