By IQT News posted 13 Jun 2019

(TimesUnionBusiness) Two SUNY Polytechnic Institute researchers were awarded $900,000 from the Air Force Research Lab in Oneida County to develop superconducting optoelectronic systems that use both light and superconducting material cooled to cryogenic temperatures to try and mimic the human brain for quantum computing.
The grant was awarded to Satyavolu Papa Rao, the associate vice president for research and an adjunct professor of nanoscience at SUNY Poly and Nate Cady, a professor of nanobioscience.

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