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May 20th, 2003

Maryland Group Claims Quantum Computing Progress

Abstract:
University of Maryland physicists have demonstrated the existence of entangled states between two quantum bits (qubits), each created with a type of solid-state circuit known as a Josephson junction, marking another step toward a possible quantum computer. (more on earlier story)

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