Scientists achieve groundbreaking room-temperature quantum coherence for 100 nanoseconds, propelling molecular qubits closer to practical quantum computing.
A molecular complex was built to contain three distinct qubits, offering an intriguing architecture for future quantum computers.
A new endeavor explores the idea of topological qubits that are easy to engineer for error-free quantum computing.
Predicting the experimental conditions that enhance coherence times for semiconducting quantum dot hybrid qubits.
A radical superconducting qubit design promises to extend their runtime by addressing decoherence challenges in quantum computing.
Harnessing quantum dots to produce low-energy single photons for applications in secure communications and quantum computing.
Machine learning unravels the secrets of the Gaudin model, paving the way for improved quantum technologies and a deeper understanding of quantum behavior.
What if quantum computing could be simulated using hardware that isn’t so finicky?
A new type of superconductor may just be what physicists have been searching for over the past 40 years.
Understanding room temperature superconductivity one step closer thanks to researchers looking at the effects of pressure.