By IQT News posted 15 Jul 2021

(SouthChinaPost) Chinese scientists have developed a prototype “refrigerator” capable of reaching the ultra-low temperatures needed for quantum computing
The Institute of Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing believes the new made-in-China cooler can tackle a major problem in quantum computing and is a big step towards the country becoming technologically self-reliant.
Ji Zhongqing, a research fellow at the academy, said, “The team will continue to improve technology so that a new generation of refrigerators under construction will reach the quality of imported products in terms of usability and stability.”

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