Posts tagged with: cryogenics

Oxford Instruments NanoScience Supports Advanced Materials at U. College Cork With Next-Gen Dilution Refrigerators

Today, Oxford Instruments NanoScience announces the supply of two next-generation Cryofree® dilution refrigerators to the University College Cork (UCC). One of the ProteoxMX systems includes a high homogeneity 14T magnet for increased experimental...

Classiq, Lake Shore Cryotronics, and Oxford Instruments Joing Chicago Quantum Exchange

The Chicago Quantum Exchange has added three new corporate partners to its growing network: Classiq, Lake Shore Cryotronics, and Oxford Instruments....

Helium: A Commodity With Increased Potential – From the Quantum Computing Industry?

South African natural gas and helium producer Renergen’s (ASX:RLT) deal with helium trader Argonon could be the catalyst to establishing more pricing transparency in the sector, the company said today....

No Clunky Magnets or Cryogenics Needed With This Potential Quantum Information Processing Technique

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...

Scalable Quantum Computing Research Given $2M U.S. National Science Foundation Grant

UC Riverside materials scientist has received a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve the scalability of quantum computers by allowing them to operate at room temperature....

The Quantum Refrigerator

A completely new cooling concept has been invented at TU Wien (Vienna): Computer simulations show how quantum fields could be used to break low-temperature records....