Quantum chip breakthrough

A team from the University of New South Wales says it has created a complete design for a quantum computer chip and adds the device can be made using mostly standard industry CMOS processes and components.

  • Australian team claims quantum chip breakthrough

    A team from the University of New South Wales says it has created a complete design for a quantum computer chip and adds the device can be made using mostly standard industry CMOS processes and components.

    And, showing confidence in its work, the ...
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  • Electric eel inspires research team to develop implantable battery

    The electric eel has inspired researchers at the University of Fribourg, the University of Michigan, and the University of California San Diego, to develop a novel power source and suggest their work could enable self-powered batteries for biological ... Read More
  • Toshiba, Western Digital settle differences

    Toshiba and Western Digital appear to have settled their differences over the sale of Toshiba’s memory unit. The two companies have issued a statement which says they have resolved their ongoing disputes in litigation and arbitration, strengthened and ... Read More
  • Interfaces targeted in solid state Li-ion battery research

    A three year project undertaken at the US Sandia National Laboratories has determined the flow of lithium ions across battery interfaces is a major obstacle to efforts to improve solid-state lithium-ion battery performance.

    “The underlying goal of ...
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