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Protocol detects entanglement of many-particle quantum states

Protocol detects entanglement of many-particle quantum states
Physicists have developed a new protocol to detect entanglement of many-particle quantum states using a much easier approach. The new protocol, now published in Nature Physics, is particularly interesting for characterising entanglement in systems involving many particles. These systems could help us not only to improve our understanding of matter but to develop measurement techniques beyond current existing technologies.
21st March 2016

Semiconductor-inspired superconducting quantum computing devices

Builders of future superconducting quantum computers could learn a thing or two from semiconductors, according to a report in Nature Communications. By leveraging the good ideas of the natural world and the semiconductor community, researchers may be able to greatly simplify the operation of quantum devices built from superconductors. They call this a "semiconductor-inspired" approach and suggest that it can provide a useful guide to improving superconducting quantum circuits.
17th March 2016

Monitor features quantum dot colour techonology

Monitor features quantum dot colour techonology
MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips Monitors, announces the world’s first monitor with quantum dot colour technology. With colours that are more vivid, consistent and truer-to-life than ever, the new 27-inch E-Line display 276E6ADSS delivers professional colour quality with 100% NTSC and 99% Adobe RGB support, all at a consumer-friendly price.
16th March 2016


Protected Majorana states for quantum information

Protected Majorana states for quantum information
Quantum technology has the potential to revolutionise computation, cryptography and simulation of quantum systems. However, quantum physics places a new demand on information processing hardware: quantum states are fragile, and so must be controlled without being measured. Researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute have now demonstrated a key property of Majorana zero modes that protects them from decoherence.
10th March 2016

The answer to the UK's quantum challenge is SIMPLE

A £3m grant announced by Universities and Science minister Jo Johnson has been awarded to the University of Surrey to provide the answer to the challenge of enabling solid state quantum technologies, leading to quantum computers.
2nd March 2016

A different spin on quantum computing

A different spin on quantum computing
In what may provide a potential path to processing information in a quantum computer, researchers have switched an intrinsic property of electrons from an excited state to a relaxed state on demand using a device that served as a microwave 'tuning fork'. The team’s findings could also lead to enhancements in magnetic resonance techniques, which are widely used to explore the structure of materials and biomolecules and for medical imaging.
29th February 2016

Why does the UHD standard matter for quantum dot suppliers?

Content is king. And when it comes to new display technologies this mantra certainly makes a lot of sense. After all, what would be the point of getting the latest TV on the market if you just had some old DVDs to watch? Good content is what justifies a hardware upgrade. By Dr Guillaume Chansin, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx.
16th February 2016

Will macroscopic quantum superposition get off the ground?

Will macroscopic quantum superposition get off the ground?
Researchers from Stanford University have extended the record for macroscopic quantum superposition (the idea of being in two places, or states, at once) from 1 to 54 centimeters (0.39 to 21 inches) by launching a supercooled cloud of rubidium atoms, all in the same state, 10 meters (33 feet) into the air using a laser. Their results were published in Nature.
5th January 2016

Demand for quantum dots set to increase 20-fold

Ever since Sony launched the first television with quantum dots in 2013, these highly engineered materials have been back in the spotlight. In the new report Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers. IDTechEx Research forecasts that shipments of quantum dots will increase significantly in the next ten years. By Guillaume Chansin, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx.
17th December 2015

Quantum physics problem proved unsolvable

Quantum physics problem proved unsolvable
A mathematical problem underlying fundamental questions in particle and quantum physics is probably unsolvable, according to scientists at UCL, Universidad Complutense de Madrid – ICMAT and Technical University of Munich. It is the first major problem in physics for which such a fundamental limitation could be proven.
11th December 2015


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