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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

UTSA professor helps make breakthrough achievement in quantum computing | UTSA researcher is part of a collaboration that has set a world record for innovation in quantum computing. The accomplishment comes from R. Tyler Sutherland, an assistant professor in the College of Sciences’ Department of Physics and Astronomy and the College of Engineering and Integrated Design’s Department of Electrical Engineering, who developed the theory behind the record-setting experiment.  Source: UTSA Today.   UTSA professor helps make breakthrough achievement in quantum computing…

Triangular honeycombs: Physicists design novel quantum material | (Nanowerk News) Researchers from the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat–Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter – have conceived and realized a new quantum material: “Indenene”. Consisting of a single layer of the chemical element Indium, indenene enriches the family of the so-called topological insulators. The triangular lattice behind its tailor-made materials-design concept is not only novel in the context of topological quantum materials but it also offers important advantages for future applications.  Source: nanowerk.   Triangular honeycombs: Physicists design novel quantum material…

Quantum materials cut closer than ever | DTU and Graphene Flagship researchers have taken the art of patterning nanomaterials to the next level. Precise patterning of 2D materials is a route to computation and storage using 2D materials, which can deliver better performance and much lower power consumption than today’s technology.  Source: EurekAlert!.   Quantum materials cut closer than ever…

Light does the twist for quantum computing | Scientists have generated circularly polarized light and controlled its direction without using clunky magnets or very low temperatures. The findings, by Nagoya University researchers and colleagues in Japan, and published in the journal Advanced Materials, show promise for the development of materials and device methods that can be used in optical quantum information processing.  Source: NAGOYA UNIVERSITY.   Light does the twist for quantum computing…

Groundbreaking Technique Yields Extraordinary Results – Limits on Long-Theorized “Fifth Force” of Nature | Using a groundbreaking new technique at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), an international collaboration led by NIST researchers has revealed previously unrecognized properties of technologically crucial silicon crystals and uncovered new information about an important subatomic particle and a long-theorized fifth force of nature.  Source: SciTechDaily.   Groundbreaking Technique Yields Extraordinary Results – Limits on Long-Theorized “Fifth Force” of Nature…

2D Materials cut sharper | (Nanowerk Spotlight) Researchers from the Technical University of Denmark have taken the art of patterning nanomaterials to the next level (ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, “Super-Resolution Nanolithography of Two-Dimensional Materials by Anisotropic Etching”).  Source: nano werk.   2D Materials cut sharper…