Posts tagged with: nanotechnology

South Korea’s UNIST Develops Solid-State Quantum Material Operational at Room Temperature

The Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) said in a statement on November 1 that its research team has developed a solid-state quantum structure material using silicon carbide...

Researchers Continue the Quest for the Perfect Qubit

Quantum computers promise great advances in many fields - from cryptography to the simulation of protein folding. Yet, which physical system works best to build the underlying quantum bits is...

Giving Quantum-Information Networks a Boost via Light Cages

Atoms and light: the main image is an illustration of atoms entering the cage, which contains light. The insets are electron microscope images of the cage’s structure. (Image Credit: Flavie...

Quantum-Photonics Platform for Next Generation Technologies Planned by CEA-Leti

CEA-Leti to Build Quantum-Photonics Platform to Ensure Ultra-Secure Data for Finance, Energy, Defense and Other Industries Eyeing future demand for hack-proof digital communication in a quantum-information world, CEA-Leti today announced...

Solving the Casimir Puzzle

Paradox of Quantum Forces in Nanodevices “Casimir Puzzle” Explained by Scientists Read More… +  The operation of microdevices used in modern technology is influenced by the Casimir force caused by...

Georgia Institute of Technology Creating Nanoscale Quantum Devices 

Image shows patterned etching of graphene oxide flakes to create a logo. The etching achieved a depth of 0.9 nanometers.  (Image Credit: GA Tech) E-Beam Atomic-scale 3-D ‘Sculpting’ Could Enable...