(UTexas.Austin) A team of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and the University of California, Riverside have found a way to produce a long-hypothesized phenomenon—the transfer of energy between silicon and organic, carbon-based molecules—in a breakthrough that has implications for information storage in quantum computing, solar energy conversion and medical imaging. The new…..

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(Phys.org) Researchers from Colorado State University, are at the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to probe a material called ytterbium silicate. Kate Ross and Ph.D. candidate Gavin Hester, believe ytterbium silicate, the only magnetic material based on a rare-earth element that shows evidence of a Bose-Einstein condensate, may hold the key…..

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(IQT-NYC)   The IQT-NYC event is honored to announce that Dr. Whitfield Diffie, a celebrated luminary who co-invented encryption will be presenting at the upcoming event on April 2, 2020. Dr. Whitfied Diffie will speak on “Crypto Crossroads: Betting on Non-Math Based Encryption as Quantum Computers Loom” at 10:30, April 2. Dr. Diffie is the…..

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(IQT-NYC) This is your opportunity to attend Inside Quantum Technology – New York at early bird price that has now been extended through December 18.  Don’t miss this $600 savings; take the time to register by December 18, 2020 and save $600. Click here & register by December 18 to Save $600 IQT NYC is…..

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(SpaceWatchGlobal) Germany is investing 3.3 billion euro in European space exploration overall–with telecommunications’ focus on quantum encryption for secure communications. Germany is now the European Space Agency’s largest contributor, ahead of France. Germany also wants to strengthen small and medium-sized German space companies. Quantum Encryption & Integration of Satellite Tech and 5G In telecommunications (ARTES…..

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(Haaertz.Israel-News) Israel is joining the global quantum computing race. Israel’s program calls for 1.2 billion shekels ($350 million) of spending over six years. Most of the funding will come from the existing budgets of the Council of Higher Education, the Defense Ministry’s Research, Arms Development and Technological Infrastructure Administration, and academic institutions. The government itself…..

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(SCMP) South China Morning Post editorial opens with “China, the United States and the European Union are pulling out all the stops to master a technology that will not only transform computers, but also the world as we know it.” Quantum computing has the potential to be faster and more powerful by many orders of…..

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(GeekWire) Peter Chapman, the president and CEO of IonQ, explained his decision to move into the quantum computing sector after his successful tenure as Amazon Prime’s engineering director, “I really like that kind of bleeding edge,” Chapman points out that quantum computing promises to address the same kinds of optimization problems that Chapman had to…..

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(PhysicsWorld) Christopher Ballance and colleagues at Oxford University have shown how to link trapped ions by entangling them using the photons they emit when excited by a laser beam. This technique was first realized by Chris Monroe and colleagues at the University of Maryland in the US, and now the Oxford group has boosted both…..

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(ArsTechnica) An interesting examination of the quantum-computing landscape over the past decade asking “Why did the winners win and the losers lose? Science writer Chris Lee,examines the technological pathways not proven feasible for quantum computing.  Lee asks then if we will end up with one technology to rule them all? He believes that–for the most…..

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