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Quantum Computing With Molecules
By taking advantage of nuclear magnetic resonance, scientists can coax the molecules in some ordinary liquids to serve as an extraordinary type of computer.
Researchers nudge closer to the goal of quantum computing.
Centre for Quantum Computing
Part of the University of Oxford, it conducts theoretical and experimental research into all aspects of quantum information processing, and into the implications of the quantum theory of computation for physics itself.
Mighty Small Dots
New quantum phenomena yields some extraordinary bonuses.
Quantum Dots Could Form Basis of New Computers
Scientists at Purdue University are helping researchers take a quantum leap in computer technology.
Scientists Activate Neurons With Quantum Dots
By using the molecular-recognition capabilities of living cells, scientists have made selective electrical contacts to neurons.
The University of Queensland
Quantum computer technology research, publications and links.
What's a Qubit, and Do You Want One?
Quantum computers promise unprecedented speed increases.