Majorana time crystals and non-Abelian anyons have been shown to be ‘braidable’, sharing attributes of each to establish a method for transferring quantum information. The study, conducted by physicists at the University of Singapore, shows that by increasing the temporal dimension of the braid system and by manipulating increased Majorana particle modes, fewer physical devices and the accoutrements are needed to produce desired results. The long-term vision is to produce a physically smaller and less complex quantum computing system architecture.

Singapore physicists see promise in reducing the size of quantum computers.

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