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The rate at which quantum computing is hitting the media stream is ever-increasing. This piece is a collection of recent articles and reports covering various aspects of quantum computing from the lens of science and research. Mea Cubitt

Researchers discover new limit of trapping light at the nanoscale | Physicists from the University of Southampton and ETH Zürich have reached a new threshold of light-matter coupling at the nanoscale  Source: University of Southampton.   Researchers discover new limit of trapping light at the nanoscale…

Crystal Could Allow for Full-Scale Quantum Computing | Vaccine and drug development, artificial intelligence, transport and logistics, climate science — these are all areas that stand to be transformed by the development of a full-scale quantum computer. And there has been explosive growth in quantum computing investment over the past decade.  Source: Real Clear Science.   Crystal Could Allow for Full-Scale Quantum Computing…

The Technological Singularity: An End to Mortality? | Accelerating developments in computing, information production and storage, and artificial intelligence are rapidly approaching a point of inflection. This point is commonly known as “the Singularity.”  Source: Interesting Engineering.   The Technological Singularity: An End to Mortality?

Exploring ‘the most spooky, weird kind of science’ | Alessandro Rossi applies quantum physics to the study of measurements in a ‘mind-boggling’ marriage of disciplines.  Source: nature.   Exploring ‘the most spooky, weird kind of science’…

Levitation: Classic Magic Trick May Enable Quantum Computing | Quantum computing could solve problems that are difficult for traditional computer systems. It may seem like magic. One step toward achieving quantum computing even resembles a magician’s trick: levitation. A new project at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility will attempt this trick by levitating a microscopic particle in a superconducting radiofrequency (SRF) cavity to observe quantum phenomena.  Source: TJ National Laboratory (SciTechDaily).   Levitation: Classic Magic Trick May Enable Quantum Computing…