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March 22nd, 2004

Silicon chips with ultra-cold atoms the future of computing

Abstract:
Developments in snap-shot MRI, organic semiconductor technology, high temperature superconductivity, and progress towards quantum computers are some of the topics being presented at a major conference organised by the Institute of Physics next month. The four-day conference, CMMP 2004, will take place from Sunday 4th to Wednesday 7th April 2004 at the University of Warwick.

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