A scientist, Dr Benjamin Brown, at the University of Sydney has developed a type of error-correcting code for quantum computers that will free up more hardware to do useful calculations and allow to design better
Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have managed a molecule-atom entanglement. They entangled an electrically charged atom and an electrically charged molecule, paving the road towards a hybrid quantum information system.
Researchers at the University of Bristol has developed the first integrated photon source with the potential to deliver large-scale quantum photonics. Integrated quantum photonics is a promising platform for developing quantum technologies due to its
Microsoft has just announced Azure Quantum is now officially in preview with select customers and partners. Developers can take advantage of Azure Quantum stack and access diverse quantum software, hardware, and solutions from Microsoft and partners 1QBit,
Atos has delivered its Atos Quantum Learning Machine, the world’s highest-performing commercially available quantum simulator, to CSC – IT Center for Science in Finland. The 30-qubit Atos Quantum Learning Machine – called Kvasi – gives the Finnish
Crypta Labs, a startup specialist in Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) technology, has signed up to the national SPRINT (SPace Research and Innovation Network for Technology) business support programme to develop its QRNGs for space
QuTech has demonstrated a new setup for fast turnaround testing and validation of quantum materials and devices. The setup uses ordinary electronic chip components that can operate at extreme cryogenic temperatures, and can be readily
Rahko, a London-based startup, has just announced a new 3-year collaboration with the science and technology company Merck. The collaboration is focused on exploring and leveraging the potential for quantum inspired machine learning to enable
A team of researchers at UCLA has set a new record for preparing and measuring the quantum bits, or qubits, inside of a quantum computer without error. The techniques they have developed make it easier
Physicists at TU Dresden have discovered spontaneous static magnetic fields with broken time-reversal symmetry in a class of iron-based superconductors. This exceptional property calls for new theoretical models and may become important in quantum computing.