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Physics - Computer Science - 04.02.2013
Into the quantum internet at the speed of light
Into the quantum internet at the speed of light
Not only do optical fibers transmit information every day around the world at the speed of light, but they can also be harnessed for the transport of quantum information. In the current , a research team of Innsbruck physicists led by Rainer Blatt and Tracy Northup report how they have directly transferred the quantum information stored in an atom onto a particle of light.

Physics - Computer Science - 01.02.2013
Listening to electrons: new method brings scaling-up quantum devices one step closer
Listening to electrons: new method brings scaling-up quantum devices one step closer
Quantum devices will revolutionise computing, enabling huge calculations to be completed that classical computers simply cannot do. We're now one step closer to quantum computing becoming a reality thanks to research led by a team of University of Sydney physicists, who have found a new way to detect changes in charges smaller than one electron.

Computer Science - 30.01.2013
Platzanweiser für Membran-Bausteine
Platzanweiser für Membran-Bausteine
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Computer Science - 14.01.2013
Bessere Diagnose von Erkrankungen des Energiestoffwechsels
Bessere Diagnose von Erkrankungen des Energiestoffwechsels
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Physics - Computer Science - 11.01.2013
New qubit control bodes well for future of quantum computing
New qubit control bodes well for future of quantum computing
Yale University scientists have found a way to observe quantum information while preserving its integrity, an achievement that offers researchers greater control in the volatile realm of quantum mechanics and greatly improves the prospects of quantum computing. Quantum computers would be exponentially faster than the most powerful computers of today.