3 CQE Scientists Elected to National Academy of Sciences, 1 to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

3 CQE Scientists Elected to National Academy of…

[ad_1] May 10, 2021 — Three Chicago Quantum Exchange (CQE) scientists – Nadya Mason at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Laura Gagliardi at the University of Chicago; and Michael Wasielewski at Northwestern University –…

Congress Should Offer Permanent Residency to Noncitizen Scientists & Technical Experts Safeguarding National Security

Congress Should Offer Permanent Residency to Noncitizen Scientists…

[ad_1] A bipartisan group of senators is assembling a legislative package that seeks to counter China by enhancing U.S. economic competitiveness, bolstering global leadership, safeguarding national security, and dramatically expanding investments in 21st-century technologies. Two…

Energy on Demand: Learning from Nature's Catalysts

Physicists develop a new algorithm solving a long…

[ad_1] The intrinsic scale limit of current quantum material hinders possible development of technology, thus the discovery of a new generation of quantum materials holds the key to technological revolutions, such as stable topological quantum…

Quantum collaboration gives new gravity to mysteries of Universe

Ion Beams Mean a Quantum Leap for Color-Center…

[ad_1] Ion beams can create chains of closely coupled quantum bits (qubits) based on nitrogen-vacancy “color centers” in diamond for use in quantum computing hardware. The honeycomb pattern in the photo shows the difference between…

Scientists Provide Experimental Evidence for Zeeman Spin-Orbit Coupling in Antiferromagnetics

NUST MISIS Scientists Got Photons to Interact, Taking…

[ad_1] MOSCOW, April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- An international research team, obtained experimental evidence for effective interaction between microwave photons via superconductive qubits for the first time. The study, published in npj Quantum Materials, may…